Citroën Visa GTI
To breathe back life into its small car, Citroën made it run in rallies and produced several sports versions. After the Chrono and GT in 1982, the GTi version was introduced in 1985. This time, it was serious: the Visa GTi had to ride on the tailcoats of the Peugeot 205 of the same name. To compete it received the energetic 1580 cm3 electronic injection engine of 105 horsepower. To accompany this life-giving mechanism, the Visa received a 4-head grille, a body kit and aluminum wheels that were enough to make you forget the original Visa.