The Citroën Type H was developed as a van after World War II. It entered service in 1947, and production didn't end until 1981. Corrugated iron wagons are now famous. At the time, Type H also had a little brother - Type G that never entered mass production. Carrosserie Caselania is now picking up the series with a modernized vehicle.
Type H are based on the Citroën Space Tourer and the Jumpy, with the approval of Citroën. Being a low volume car brand, Type H is produced in limited quantities in Italy. The interior remains completely untouched.
Type HG is available in five different models and in three lengths: very small (XS), medium (M) and extra large (XL). Available as a panel van, crew cab or passenger car, the HG model is powered by a large number of diesel engines.
Type HG Price: Multiple versions can be configured. It can be purchased without a rear cabin for €29,400, or food truck models for similar starting prices. The passenger HG has a cost from €40,520 and the delivery van from €36,460