Cars.  Citroën berlingo converted into a 2 CV car!

Cars. Citroën berlingo converted into a 2 CV car!


Since 2017, it is in Italy that we have reintroduced old Citroëns. Type H was the first. Caselani first used the heavy-duty Jumper, then ditched the Jumpy kit and developed body kits that were all the rage in the camper van segment.

He has just returned to the revolution by changing the largest car house that will be presented at the Paris Air Show. Caselani has revealed its latest innovation: the transformation of the Berlingo into a small CV 2 car, with the agreement of the manufacturer.



The side panels and roof receive wavy elements, just like the original. Photo Caselani

Official Citroen license

It is on the basis of the current Berlingo and its common CMP platform that Caselani has created a rounded front end similar to the 2 CV, with the round lights slightly reduced from the bodywork; for the sides of the van and its roof, the panels evoke the corrugated iron used at the time.

Minivan 2 CV will be sold under the official license of the manufacturer, which approved the project. A success that will be something to announce a dream for a company that wants to stand out.


The original version of the AZU type car from 1955. Photo 2CV-caption

The original version of the AZU type car from 1955. Photo 2CV-caption

Retro flavor

A project approved by Citroën last spring, the 2 CV minivan can therefore be sent to thermal or electric engines thanks to the CMP system inherited from Peugeot. It remains to be seen if the utility-only version will be sold or if the package can be used for the brand’s “special car” toys.

With its grille straight out of the 1950s, the revised Berlingo will be able to satisfy nostalgic enthusiasts who love modern safety and practicality.