production of the Dyane started in 1968. The car was virtually
identical to the French-built vehicles although later models had
wind-down (as opposed to sliding) windows.
Two Spanish-market models
were introduced: The Capra in 1980 followed by the Edelweiss a year
later. The Edelweiss was fitted with Peugeot 104 rear lights.
the success of the AZU and AK versions of the 2CV, the Spanish factory
introduced the AYU Dyane 6 400 in 1977 and it remained in production
until 1987. It employed many of the bodywork components of the
AK400 but used a different chassis. Three different models were
available - Isotermo without rear side windows, Mixta with a folding
front passenger seat permitting access to the removable rear
seats (this model was exported to Switzerland and Belgium and in
the latter country was sold as the Acadiane Mixta) and Dyane 6 400
which was exported to many Western European countries where it was sold
as the Acadiane.