1970-1980, 1707257 produced.
The Citroen GS was a smaller version of the DS. It was launched in 1970, equipped with the same unique suspension. This car had disc brakes all round and an air-cooled boxer engine of 1,015,1,129, 1,222 or 1,299 cc. The GS was produced up to 1980 in a number of different variants.
Buyers Guide Citroen GS featured in Practical Classics March 2005 – available from our sister site Bookbase. Click here to view.
Ghosts of the past - 1970-79 Citroen GS
|Publication||Classic Cars March 2010|
|Ghosts of the past - 1970-79 Citroen GS - An exciting arrival from France brought chic and innovation to Seventies compact saloon buyers - so it's a pity that so few survive.|
The secret history of the Citroen GS
|Publication||Classic Car Mart December 2010|
|The secret history of the Citroen GS - With Citroen's groundbreaking GS turning 40 this year, Kieron Fennelly tells the story of its journey from drawing board to showroom.|
|Publication||Classics Monthly November 2010|
|Different strokes - Practical front-wheel drive saloons don't have to be dull, as this innovative duo demonstrates. Citroen GS, Saab 96.|