In the middle of the sixties, sales for the Citroën 2CV were starting tofeel the burn from its rival, the Renault R4. The brand decided to reactby producing a profound evolution of the car. The Dyane’s name foundits inspiration through the catalogue of names available with Panhard,recently purchased by the car manufacturer. Similarly to its rival, theDyane was a hatchback, equipped with modern projectors integratedinto the wings with a bi-cylinder engine derived from the model used forthe other cars in the brand. Destined to replace the 2CV, the Dyane leftthe market before it, with its commercialisation being terminated in 1983.
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