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Annual Citroën Celebration Moves to Aragon Racecourse for 20th Year

This year especially celebrates Spanish-made Citroëns.

Citroën has been holding these events for the last 20 years

Citroën’sCitroënCitroënFrance, 1919 > present94 models
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annual celebration will begin at Motorland Aragon racecourse in Alcañiz, Spain, from July 31 to August 4. This the 20th year for the annual event, and Citroën is anticipating record-breaking attendance.

With over five million units made worldwide including the sedan and van, the Citroën 2CV2CVCitroën 2CVFrance, 1948 > 19907 versions
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is not a rare vehicle, but its charm have attracted fans worldwide.

The event is not just meant for 2CVs, all Citroëns are invited to celebrate the brand. One of the highlights is the mobile Citroën mobile museum that will display important cars from the company’s entire history.

There will also be special events celebrating Spanish-made Citroëns. In 1958, Citroën began building the 2CV van at a factory in Vigo, Spain, and it later built the 2CV sedan there as well.

There will also be on-track and off-road races and a competition to see who can disassemble and reassemble a 2CV the fastest.

The attendance record for the event was set in 2011 when 20,000 people and 7,000 2CVs came to France to celebrate the car.






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