Home   Kent   News   Article

Citroen translates concept into reality

HIGH-FLYING Citroen will be unveiling three new models at the Paris Motor Show. The models are the C-Airdream concept car, the mould-breaking C3 Pluriel and a new look for the Berlingo Multispace.

With its sleek aerodynamic exterior styling and its light and bright interior, the Citroen C-Airdream concept car will attract many visitors with its looks alone. Beneath the stunning exterior of this imaginative 2+2 coupe, the use of drive-by-wire technology and advanced electronic systems reinforces Citroen’s reputation for innovation.

Shown for the first time in its production ready form, the Citroen C3 Pluriel is a car truly unlike any other in the world - a five-in-one vehicle that proves the ingenuity of a concept car can make it to production. From its four-seat saloon guise, the C3 Pluriel can easily be transformed into a ‘panoramic saloon’, a ‘cabriolet’, a ‘spider’, or even a ‘spider pick-up’.

Citroen will also unveil the New Look Berlingo Multispace. On the outside, the redesigned bonnet and front wings, new headlamps, deeper bumpers and 15in wheels express a more robust look. Inside the cabin, the dashboard has been restyled to offer even more stowage space.

Making a special appearance will be the Citroen C-Crosser concept car - a sports utility vehicle capable of morphing from a spacious six seater into a semi-roadster and then into a pick-up. First shown in 2001, the four wheel drive, four wheel steering C-Crosser demonstrates ‘drive-by-wire’ technology, while the ‘moveable’ steering wheel allows the driver to sit in any one of the front three seats.

Motorsport fans will also receive a special treat with the appearance of Citroen’s awesome Xsara WRC.

Close This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.Learn More