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Citroën's crowd pleasers


Knowing that no amount of headlines is ever enough, Citroën is taking three of its latest - and huge crowd attractions - to the Invalides in Paris.The exhibit will be part of a concept car show organised by the International Automobile Festival at the historical venue of Les Invalides.

The first concept to be on display is the Wild Rubis, which has been making noise ever since it debuted on the show circuit. It’s a preview of the SUV in the funky DS line and upholds the this DNA with its singular and recognisable styling, strong creativity and emotion along with outstanding refinement and finish.

The C-Elysée WTTC gives festival-goers a sneak peak of the car that once to set the racetracks everywhere blazing. There’s no denying that this model’s visual impact. It features an aerodynamic blade, the bumper underlines the grille with its emphatic double chevron while the wide front and reartracks give an extra boost to the car’s resolutely sporty looks. Power comes from a direct-injection turbocharged 1.6-litre that was entire developed by Citroën Racing.

Lastly is a car that has also been making quite some noise for a while, the Cactus concept. It previewed the C4 Cactus, which was revealed to the public last week.
Citroën shifted the paradigm with this concept, doing away with the expendable and adding more value to what really contributes to the well-being of all occupants.

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