• Sep 12, 2007
Click the image above for more high-res pics of the Citroën C5 Airscape Concept.

Among the many unveilings that have gotten shuffled to the back of our posting pack, the Citroën C5 Airscape Concept sits in a malaise of mundanity. But it is pretty, and although we'll never see it Stateside, it still may warrant a few clicks of your mouse to view the gallery below. We're particularly fond of the handles that integrate into the chrome accents of the doors and the 70s-chic seats. And while the canvas material covering the A-pillars is a nice touch to integrate with the soft top, we'd be worried about how they'll hold up after a few too many car washes.

We've got the entire press release on the Citroën C5 Airscape in our previous post, and our gallery has the goods below.



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      • 7 Years Ago
      Wow a car that I will never see here in Michigan. It is pretty. Although, does anyone see the similarity between this Citreon and the new '08 Ford Focus in North America. Hmm. Interesting, I may have to change my thoughts on the Focus..............Nope I can't.
      • 7 Years Ago
      The nice thing about this 'cabriolet' or 'cabrio' -which is the word we commonly use in Europe for convertibles- is that it has a hardtop, covered with canvas, which folds back behind the rear seats and not into the trunk. So: equal trunk volume when driving it open or closed. Combined with the oleopneumatic suspension and the nice 2.7 V6 Hdi and 2.2 Bi-Turbo Hdi diesel engines, it has to be a fantastic car to drive.
      • 7 Years Ago
      "And while the canvas material covering the A-pillars is a nice touch to integrate with the soft top, we'd be worried about how they'll hold up after a few too many car washes."

      It will hold up the same way as the canvas soft top... or do you usually wash the car with the top down? ;)
      • 7 Years Ago
      I really do like these cars.
      The entire lineup of Citroen, Relault, and Peugeot cars looks awesome to me.
      The vans are unique and their few SUV's are decent but the cars are just incredible.
      Time to start selling them in North America.
      I don't care if they are badged a Nissan or even a Mitsubishi for that matter.
      I could even fall in love with a C6 with a Plymouth (irony) badge if it came down to it.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'm loving this Citroën design language, the front and profile of this car have got to be apogee of the form, up with the C6 in the right color, or the snarling C4 VTS. Rear is inoffensive, I guess, but somewhat overpowered by the rest of the thing. Would love to see this one live.