Synopses & Reviews
This is a sumptuous photographic record of the Citroën DS in all its myriad forms. Launched as a futuristic vision in 1955, the DS family of cars continued in production for just over 20 years, evolving through two distinct styling phases, three key bodyshell types (saloon, estate and cabriolet), numerous specification changes and various powertrain developments, as well as some fascinating spin-off versions – and every detail is recorded in over 500 colour photographs in this lavish and elegantly presented book.
A magnificent book about an icon of motoring history written and photographed by French experts in the subject area and beautifully illustrated with colour photography highlighting interiors and special features as well as attractive exteriors in scenic settings including photographic portfolios of all the mainstream models: DS19, DS21 and DS23 variants, plus the simpler ID versions.
About the Author
Daniel Denis has been an automotive photographer for 25 years, contributing to various outlets in the French specialist media, including the long-established classic car magazines R?troviseur and Auto R?tro. Thibaut Amant is a classic car journalist who has written several books and also made many video documentaries.