Behold: the all new Citroën Type HG van – or rather, the modern reboot of a 1948 prototype by auto designers Fabrizio Caselani and David Obendorfer.

After the Second World War, the G-van was intended as a smaller variant of the popular HY but never went into production. This, therefore is a modern take on what might have been and will be produced in a limited run as a customisable ‘family’ of vehicles under licence by Citroën.


9 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. goldenbrown

    ugh. trendy hipster mobile coffee/catering/pr van fodder. kerrrching!
    for that money you could alternatively buy a very decent secondhand Merc Sprinter or VW Transporter which won’t lose their value like water down a drainpipe.
    no doubt there’ll probably be some greenster li-ion battery option with 300 kms (if you’re driving downhill a lot) range and no way to attach a towbar (but that’s not a problem cause you won’t be able to tow anything with it anyway)
    also really if I want some sheets of corrugated I’ll drop up to Chadwicks thanks


  2. TypeONegative

    The veneer of retro stretched over modern chassis is absolute muck looking to me. Reminds me of the Chrysler PT Cruiser.


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