History Type HG
The Type H van, one of the most emblematic vehicles in the history of the Citroën brand, was produced from 1947 to 1981. Only a few people know the existence of his little brother"; the Type G. The project dates back to 1948 when Citroër decides to develop a more compact and economical model than the Type H, but still able of carrying 500 kg of cargo. However, the Type G never became a production model: the project was stopped at the prototype stage and later cancelled, giving priority to the 2CV's "Furgonette".
Today, our TYPE H based on Jumper is joined by a smaller model, the TYPE HG, based on the Citroën Jumpy(Dispatch)/Space Tourer to meet the needs of customers who looking for a customised vehicles with attention to detail.
TYPE H and TYPE HG represent the fusion of direct evocation of its predecessors with contemporary technology and the reliability of the new Citroën Jumper, Jumpy/Dispatch and Space Tourer range of vehicles.
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