Octane classic car specs
1970-1986 CITROEN GS/GSA
Citroën brought its big car hydropneumatic technology to the small car market with 1970’s GS. Looking like a scaled-down blend of DS and SM, motive power for this futuristic family saloon was, at first, a 1015cc air-cooled flat-four engine. The interior looked like it had borrowed its controls from a spaceship and, naturally, there was self-levelling suspension throughout. The car became a hatchback as the GSA in 1979, but far more intriguing was the GS Birotor of 1973, which showcased Citroën’s Wankel rotary engine leanings.
Independent, double wishbone, hydropneumatic spheres
Independent, trailing arms, hydropneumatic spheres
rack and pinion
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