Fastest Citroen cars 0-60 mph

Top 18 fastest Citroen cars from 0 to 60 mph. Updated February 2022.

0-60 mph acceleration time is most well known performance figure in United States and closely matches its European analogue - 0-100 kph time.

Today the 0-60 mph times are dominated by all wheel drive supercars with advanced launch control or electric cars with 4 wheel drive.

With enough engine power, 0-60 mph time becomes function of tyre traction - the more mechanical grip in tyres and more "linear" the initial power delivery, the better the 0-60 mph times.

Heavier cars with good 4 wheel drive system can still outmatch lighter sports cars with better power to weight ratio.

# make & model Time▼ Image
1. 2016 Citroen DS3 Performance 6.0 Photo of 2016 Citroen DS3 Performance
2. 2010 Citroen DS3 Racing 6.5 Photo of 2010 Citroen DS3 Racing
3. 2011 Citroen DS3 THP 150 6.6 Photo of 2011 Citroen DS3 THP 150
4. 1985 Citroen BX 4TC 7.0 Photo of 1985 Citroen BX 4TC
5. 2012 Citroen DS4 THP 200 7.1 Photo of 2012 Citroen DS4 THP 200
6. 1996 Citroen Zx 16v 7.3 Photo of 1996 Citroen  Zx 16v
7. 1996 Citroen Zx 16v 7.4 Photo of 1996 Citroen  Zx 16v
8. 1996 Citroen Saxo VTS 7.8 Photo of 1996 Citroen Saxo VTS
9. 2011 Citroen DS5 8.0 Photo of 2011 Citroen DS5
10. 1989 Citroen XM 8.0 Photo of 1989 Citroen XM
11. 2004 Citroen C2 VTS 8.4 Photo of 2004 Citroen C2 VTS
12. 1984 Citroen CX GTi Turbo 8.6 Photo of 1984 Citroen CX GTi Turbo
13. 2020 Citroen e-C4 8.7 Photo of 2020 Citroen e-C4
14. 2010 Citroen DS3 HDI 110 FAP 9.8 Photo of 2010 Citroen DS3 HDI 110 FAP
15. 2000 Citroen Xsara Break 9.8 Photo of 2000 Citroen Xsara Break
16. 1955 Citroen DS19 1.9 16.2 Photo of 1955 Citroen DS19 1.9
17. 1959 Citroen ID 19 19.0 Photo of 1959 Citroen ID 19
18. 1934 Citroen Traction Avant 21.2 Photo of 1934 Citroen Traction Avant

Sources

SupercarLists.com estimate* (1-8, 11, 14), FastestLaps.com (9, 10, 13, 15, 18), Autocar (12), Car & Driver (16, 17)

List authored by Christian Zelcs. Last updated on 02/05/2022, last addition - Citroen ID 19.

*Estimates are based on factual test results from reputable sources.