Citroen visa gti

citroen visa gti

When did the Citroën Visa GTI come out?

At the Paris Salon 1984, for model year 1985, the 1.4 L TRS was presented. The Visa 14 TRS, was produced for two years (1985–1987), shared its engine with the Citroën BX14 and receiving a favourable review by CAR magazine. In early 1985 the Visa GTI, fitted with a 1580 cc engine, was introduced.

What kind of car is a Citroën Visa?

The Citroën Visa is a five-door, front-engine, front wheel drive supermini manufactured and marketed by Citroën from 1978 to 1988 in gasoline and diesel variants. 1,254,390 examples were ultimately manufactured over a single generation, with a single facelift (1981). China has also assembled the car as the Liuzhou Wuling LZW 7100 minicar.

How many Citroën GTIs are left?

There are currently just 17 GTis known to the Citroën Car Club (UK) and The Citroën Visa Forum to survive and these are in various states of repair, with the vast majority of them being in long term storage. ^ Zébu roulant - Madagascar : une île en sursis - Blog LeMonde.fr.

What is the fastest Citroën Visa?

The Visa 14 TRS, was produced for two years (1985–1987), shared its engine with the Citroën BX14 and receiving a favourable review by CAR magazine. In early 1985 the Visa GTI, fitted with a 1580 cc engine, was introduced. This would be the fastest Visa offered with a top speed of 188 or 192 km/h depending on the engine version.

Is Citroens new visa a GTI?

By delving into the PSA parts bin, Citroen has produced a worthy range-topping GTi. This new Visa is powered by the engine and transmission from the Peugeot 205GTi and is fitted with a full ‘sporty’ body kit.

What kind of engine does a Citroën Visa have?

For model year 1983 the most powerful Visa yet, the Visa GT, arrived. In addition to the 80-PS engine, it offered alloy wheels with Michelin TRX tires, spoilers, sideskirts and trim, special colors, and a more sporting suspension tuning than what was normal for Citroën.

How many Citroën GTIs are left?

There are currently just 17 GTis known to the Citroën Car Club (UK) and The Citroën Visa Forum to survive and these are in various states of repair, with the vast majority of them being in long term storage. ^ Zébu roulant - Madagascar : une île en sursis - Blog LeMonde.fr.

When did Citroën change its logo?

On 5 February 2009 Citroën launched a new brand identity to celebrate its 90th anniversary, replacing the 1985 design. The new logo was designed by Landor Associates — a 3D metallic variation of the double chevron logo accompanied by a new font for the Citroën name and the new slogan Créative Technologie.

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