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.

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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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