Citroën DS

Reaching maturity in the 70’s

Reaching maturity in the 70’s

Reaching maturity in the 70's

In 1970 and 1971, the modifications made to the DS were mainly focused on its transmission. In September 1970, the DS was equipped with a manual gearbox offering not four but five speeds and a year later, with a three speeds automatic gearbox from the brand Borg-Warner. Before retiring once and for all in July 1975, after 20 years of a successful career, the DS experienced a final evolution when the DS 21 was replaced by the DS 23 in September 1972. This last model received a 2,347cc engine with electronic fuel injection, delivering 141hp for a maximal speed of almost 120 mph.