Citroën launched the GT by Citroën, aka—the Citroën GT, at the 2008 Paris Motor Show.
The GT had a V8 power unit producing 580bhp, a 0-60mph time of 4.0 seconds, a top speed of 180 mph, and a price tag of $2.1 million.
Sadly, production ceased in 2010 due to high costs.
Of the 20 proposed, only six were built.
However, it is available via the Gran Turismo video game if you still want one.
The Citroën GT was a concept collaboration between Citroën and Polyphony Digital, the creators of Gran Turismo.
Initially, the Citroën GT was a digital concept for Gran Turismo, but due to its significant popularity, Citroën thought they had uncovered a marketing opportunity.
Citroën built the car from lightweight aluminium and carbon fibre and fitted with scissor doors, producing a striking and somewhat futuristic appearance.
The interior of the Citroën GT was designed to be minimalistic with a central driving position, providing a more immersive driving experience.
The car had advanced LED lighting technology; the front headlights were uniquely integrated into the car’s body, giving it an ethereal appearance.
The result is a visionary fusion of art, innovation, and automotive expertise.
Due to its rarity, the Citroën GT is respected and admired, providing a lasting impression for collectors and gamers alike.
The Citroën GT: Where imagination meets the road.