Images may not be re-posted without permission. These sketches are from my friend Geoffrey Garitey of France. This guy is obviously talented. I can see Peugeot building a 1008 to the sketches’ styling.
We’ve seen three badge-engineering collaboration betweem Mitsubishi, Peugeot and Citroen: Outlander, 4007, C-Crosser; i-MiEV, iOn and C-Zero; ASX, 4008 and C4 Aircross. So how about a reverse agreement, Peugeot PSA lending its 301 and C-Elysee sedan for Mitsubishi for an entry-level sedan specifically for East Europe and other developing nation? Though there’ll be a sedan [...]
This is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 32. Contestants are to choose any manufacturer for inspiration to create a type of utility vehicle. I choose to turn the Citroën Cruise Crosser concept into a production utility vehicle.
Oh look! Citroen designs toaster now.
Above is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 25. The theme this time around is “la prochaine déesse” or “the next goddess” – goddess/déesse being where the (Citroen) DS originates. So create something beautiful worthy of the DS name/badge. I based my renderings on the Citroen GQ Concept. The C in DSC means Coupe. Maybe [...]
A cabriolet Citroen should consider if they are not going to make a cabriolet of the DS3.
This is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 12. This time around contestants are invited to create the next model for Maserati. I decided I’ll render the new Quattroporte base on Citroen Metropolis Concept.
Citroen launched a sedan variant of the first C4 back in 2007. The sedan variant is called C4 Pallas in Brazil and Hungary, C4 Berline in Spain and C4 Sedan in Greece. The C4 sedan is also built in China by Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën Automobile as the Citroën C-Triomphe. Unlike the first C4 sedan, my impressions [...]
Why not bring back the C3 Pluriel too? While it might be too expensive to redevelop the whole car, perhaps brings back the first Pluriel and graft on the new C3′s fascia (and side mirrors)?
Ii’s about time for the return of Citroen C3 XTR variant. With its more rugged looks and increased ground clearance, it will be a suitable alternative to the Volkswagen CrossPolo and Dacia (Renault) Sandero Stepway.