Thursday 6th October 1932
Citroen unveiled an elegant 8 bhp vehicle, the Rosalie, with a “single-piece” body, at the Paris Motor Show. It had a floating power engine of 1,452 cc developing 32 bhp at 3,200 rpm, an 8 bhp rating and 3-speed gearbox with synchromesh on second and third gears. The car could achieve at 56 mph and consumed 32 mpg. Available as an open tourer, saloon, and 2 or 4-seat convertible or hard-top, the Rosalie was built in 38,835 examples between October 1932 and January 1935.