Koła jezdne 2 CV malowane są na żółto, dzięki czemu auto nie wygląda tak smutno.
Citroën Big Fifteen Saloon is one of the popular front-wheel-drive cars of French origin, assembled in England at Slough, Bucks. Development of a pre-war favourite, this version was re-introduced in October 1952 (it had originally been re-introduced in France in 1947). Fitted with the same engine as the Light Fifteen Saloon - 1911-cc, developing 55.7 bhp at 4250 rpm-the Big Fifteen have the same wheelbase and main body shell of the six-cylinder 2.8-litre model.
Citroën 2CV was first introduced in France in 1949 and became available in the UK-Slough-built version in October 1953. This novel and economical little car have an air-cooled flat-twin four-stroke 375-cc engine, driving the front wheels, all-independent yet interlinked suspension, a 'push and twist' gear-change and a four-speed gearbox with overdrive top. The body is of very light construction, with a fabric roof, four doors and four seats.