"The other morning I was driving along the motorway with my son on the way to the beach. It was the first light of a Sunday morning and we were listening to tunes, the pair of us mesmerised by the "
Citroen DS Wagon
There’s a subtly and sophistication in the great, grand design of the DS that makes so many contemporary attempts at stylish automotive pennery look sophmoreish in the extreme.
When thinking about the goddess, though, we can’t help musing about what a brilliant addition to anyone’s life an estate version would be.
Apparently the stretched version of the DS was known as either the ‘Safari’, ‘La Familiale’ or plain old ‘Wagon’.
But whatever you named it, there was a grandeur to the vision of the DS that had everyone from the man in the street to high falutin’ philosophers like Roland Barthes frothing at the mouth.
We can see what all the fuss was about.
So much was changed by the vision of the designer of these amazing cars – and to this day they can turn heads and take the breathe away.
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