The Art of Citroën Exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum
The Beaulieu National Motor Museum (Hampshire, UK) is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the world of Citroën, including an extensive collection of cars through almost 90 years of the Marque.
Officially opened by Lord Montagu on 27 April, the exhibition includes an extensive collection of Citroën cars through almost 90 years of the Marque and car enthusiasts are invited to head down to Beaulieu to see the Citroën tribute for themselves.
The year long exhibition highlights how the French car manufacturer has not only broken the mould in car design, but has led the way with innovative and thought provoking advertising and marketing techniques.
Director of Communications, Citroën UK, Marc Raven said: “With our reputation for innovation this exhibition gives us the opportunity to showcase to over 350,000 visitors exactly what Citroën can offer. Citroën stands for style, innovation and technology, but linked to these core values are also safety and value for money.”
|1939 Citroen 2CV Prototype||1959 – Citroen DS at the Champs Elysee Showroom|
The exhibition displays an array of the most famous Citroën cars (including the Traction Avant, 2CV, DS19 and the C6, the new flagship of the Citroën range) alongside an audio and visual tour that tells the story of Citroën marketing and advertising from 1919 through to the present day.
- Exhibition date: 1st April 2006 – 31st March 2007
- Opening times: 10 am until 6.00 pm – May to September and 10 am until 5.00 pm – October to April
For additional information visit the Museum official website.
About the Beaulieu National Motor Museum
Few car museums in the world can match the unique collection of the world renowned National Motor Museum at Beaulieu.
Managed by the National Motor Museum Trust, Beaulieu is also the home of the world famous Beaulieu International Autojumble and Automart.
The Museum Collection includes some 250 vehicles – from some of the earliest examples of motoring to legendary World Record Breakers like Bluebird and Golden Arrow.