The Type A was the first car produced by André Citroën and production commenced in 1919.
The Type A was the first mass produced European car.
The Type A was available in two different chassis lengths and a number of different bodystyles:
Torpédo 4 places (pictured), Torpédo 3 places, Conduite Interieure 3 places, Conduite Interieure 3 places and Coupé de Ville.
In 1921, a new 3 model range appeared with the 10 HP Type A Standard and the 10 HP Type A Luxe both sharing the mechanical specification of the the preceding model and the new 10 HP Type A Spécial (Torpédo Sport Spécial).