Black Citroën B 14 F Faux Cabriolet from 1927 with four cylinders, 1540 cc, 9 HP. Max. speed: 80 km/h
The “All Steel” B14 was presented at the October 1926 Motor Show. It represented a decisive technical advance over the B12.
The chassis is lighter, the engine is more flexible and the foot brake now acts on all four wheels.
In March 1927, the B14 became the B14F with Westinghouse servo-assisted brakes. The top speed reaches 80 kilometers per hour.