The Rosalie possesses all the qualities expected from ...
Elegance and “Floating Power”
The Rosalie possesses all the qualities expected from Fall 1932 to replace the C4 and C6.
Economical (in a period of crisis due to the 1929 Crash), it made a level of services that were previously reserved for the leisure classes accessible to the general public. Comfortable and elegant, it lives up to the wishes of these ladies and their families for well-being and attractiveness. The innovative car has a floating engine, the latest Citroën invention, which they illustrate with a swan hood emblem.
Coming in 3 models (8, 10 and 15 HP) and 2 variations (10 Light and 15 Light), the Rosalie will even soon come in a diesel version.
A brilliant career full of charm and sophistication that foreshadows the success of front-wheel drive.