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Note: This is a sub-section of Citroen Cars
Introduced in France in 1934, the Traction Avant was the first European mass-produced car with front-wheel-drive and a Monocoque body.
It started out with a 1,303cc engine but increased to 1,628cc and then 1,911cc. Some six-cylinder models were also produced.
Assembled in Slough and other places in Europe