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  Citroën C-Airplay Concept
 

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Country of origin:France
Produced in:2005
Introduced at:2005 Bologna Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:December 05, 2005
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Click here to download printer friendly versionCitroën surprised the world and premiered its brand new, funky-looking two-seater concept car, the C-AirPlay, at the Bologna Motor Show (1-11 December 2005).

Masterminded by Citroën's award-winning British car designer, Mark Lloyd, this fresh and futuristic urban run-around features a bold, dynamic exterior look, as well as plenty of ultra-modern styling cues.

Inside and out the C-AirPlay introduces striking design touches, including see-through 'portholes' in the lower sections of the doors to increase the sensation of speed. Discreet, touch-sensitive controls for the gears, electric windows and rearview mirror are moulded into the single-piece silicone front seat, whilst the eye-catching steering wheel incorporates two spherical driver information displays.

Even the colour scheme is ultra modern with the iridescent white bodywork contrasting neatly with the bright red cabin. But it's the massive expanse of glass that creates the bright and airy interior that helps give rise to the C-AirPlay's name.

Shorter than the Citroën C2, the C-AirPlay is powered by a 110hp petrol engine while, thanks to the SensoDrive gearbox, gearchanges can be made via the steering wheel-mounted paddles. Fittingly, for a futuristic interpretation of a supermini, this versatile concept car also features fuel-saving, emission-reducing Stop & Start technology.

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