A new picture of the mysterious concept car picture is released by Citroen
8 September 2009

Citroen has released a second teaser image of its new mystery concept car, which will be officially unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show next Tuesday.

The first teaser image was shown on Facebook last week and it appeared with the title "Nouveau C3" - but is not the standard version of the new C3 or the DS3, both of which have already been revealed. No new details have been released with the new picture.

See the Citroen concept car, and the Citroen C3 and DS3 models

However, it appears that the concept showcases a small city car project, possibly previewing the styling of the next Citroen C1.

Citroen is also known to be pushing ahead with bringing hybrid technology to the market, and this could also be highlighted by the concept.

The first Citroen production cars to go on sale with hybrid powertrains will be the larger DS models, the DS4 and DS5. They will use the same hybrid system as Peugeot, which will launch the technology first, on its hybrid 3008.

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4 September 2009

Surely it's a modern-day interpretation of the 2CV?!?!?! Considering it's their 90th Anniversary, too. Looking forward to seeing it!

"The creative adult is the child who survived."

4 September 2009

Could it be the next C3 Pluriel? Its to be hoped they do replace it within the new C3 range. There arent nearly enough cheap convetibles and even if the current car isnt that good, it would still be a shame if they didnt replace it.

8 September 2009

Something smaller within the DS range - DS1 or DS2?

8 September 2009

It's an upside down pram!

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