1973 Citroen SM Coupe

The SM is the symbol of demise of Citroën as an independent company. It is also the story of corporate management embracing the “bigger is better” theory, and the engineering department wanting to make a better and more sophisticated car, but ending up with something that was just more complex, less reliable and infinitely more expensive than the models it already had.

In the late ’60s, Citroën, at last freed from family control, embarked on a buying spree: Read More