1972 Citroen ID20 Break

The Citroën ID20 Break refers to a specific model of the Citroën ID (also known as ID/DS) lineup, a series of innovative and iconic cars produced by the French automobile manufacturer Citroën. The ID20 Break is a station wagon variant of the Citroën ID20, which was a version of the ID/DS series that featured a 2.0-liter engine.

The Citroën ID/DS series was originally introduced in 1955, with the Citroën DS19 being the first model. The "DS" in the name stands for "Déese," which means "Goddess" in French, signifying the car's groundbreaking and futuristic design. The series featured many technological advancements and unique features for its time, including its hydropneumatic self-leveling suspension, hydraulic-assisted braking system, and a streamlined aerodynamic body.

The ID20 was a later model in the series, and it featured a 2.0-liter engine, offering more power and improved performance compared to earlier versions. The "Break" designation indicates it was the station wagon or estate version of the ID20, which had a more spacious cargo area at the back, making it suitable for carrying larger loads or family transportation.

The Citroën ID/DS series gained popularity for its distinctive appearance, comfortable ride, and innovative engineering. It remains an iconic and sought-after classic car among collectors and enthusiasts worldwide.

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Production Start 1972
Country of origin France