The 2CV has fans all over the world and has gone from being the cheap car for anyone to be a cult object! If any, the car certainly is an icon along with the Eiffel Tower, baguettes and red wine. The name 2CV (Deux Chavaux) means 2hp. It was relevant to the system in France at that time, where the tax was paid by the horsepower of the car. This car was known to appear in all kinds of terrain and one of the most famous “tests” it conducted was that it could run over a ploughed field with a carton of eggs, without any of them broke. 2CV is surrounded by many myths… In Greece, you will find more places where cars are not allowed and you use continues donkey transport. The island of Hydra, the most famous island in Greece where the car is not yet welcome.