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Citroën Cars at the Geneva Motor Show 2019


At its stand at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, Citroën is showcasing 100 years of boldness and innovation dedicated to the comfort, the freedom of movement and a popular and cheerful automotive experience. A stand on which the Brand demonstrates: Its heritage: three iconic models bearing the centenary colours: Type A, Traction and 2 CV. Its dynamic: - A successful, modern, strong and harmonious range illustrated for the first time by the new “Origins” Collector Edition and spearheaded by the new flagship, C5 Aircross SUV. These models feature bold styling and outstanding comfort drawing on 100 years of expertise, embodied today by the Citroën Advanced Comfort programme. - In a world debut, SpaceTourer The Citroënist Concept: a modern and connected concept van, and an extended mobility support with the “Rider The Citroënist by Martone” bicycle. A space for living and working, and for experiencing intense adventures and sharing them immediately. - C3 WRC, which won the Monte Carlo Rally, the Brand’s 100th WRC victory. Its vision of the future: In a world debut, Ami One Concept: a disruptive object with a singular personality. An all-electric two-seater that places digital technology at the heart of a new experience of urban mobility, with more freedom and peace of mind, in response to new challenges in urban mobility. The Citroën stand, a unique living space combining design and comfort, celebrating its centenary and focused on the future, from “La Maison Citroën” to the “Comptoir Ami One”. A place featuring a daily performance of “The Place to C” and in which Ami One Concept will be moving around freely.

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