This is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 32.
It’s time for the return of a mid-size Citroen hatchback. These renderings reminds me of the Xantia my father owned in Malaysia. I like the Xantia a lot. It was a decent car, but my father sold the car after four years. Back then, Citroen was represented by DRB-HICOM. That company had terrible after-sales service [...]
The return of the small Citroen estate. The last compact estate was the Xsara Break that was discontinued in 2004. I’ve always loved Citroen’s estates. They mostly look better than their hatchback and sedan counterpart. Well, I think the C4 looks better as an estate.
Ce coupé sera rival Citroën à Volkswagen Scirocco et Honda CR-Z. S’il vous plaît pardonnez mon français.
This is my attempt to make the C4 more exciting. The changes are very subtle: Swage line that run continuous from front to back Chrome bits on the side of the doors Chrome door handles Revised front grille and bumper Revised front and rear lamp cluster Re-shaped D-Pillar Additional vertical vents on the side of [...]
Paul Tan just reported that PSA Peugeot Citroen and Mitsubishi have announced that the Mitsubishi ASX (called RVR in Japan) will be built for PSA Peugeot Citroen. And above is my impression of the Peugeot version. Back in 22 January I did two impressions of the Citroen version (pics below). Continue reading Paul’s article here.
Citroen’s official pictures for the DS High Rider has been pretty de-saturated, and so I enhance it digitally, by giving it a new coat of paint, adding contrast and reduce the ground clearance. This could very well be how the DS4 will look.
This is my entry for CarSpyShots.net Photoshop Contest 4. Quite disappointed with myself actually. It doesn’t look like a coupe I’d imagine. It looks plain weird.
What do you guys think? While Peugeot has that ugly unique-looking 3008, Citroen hasn’t got a small urban SUV yet. Perhaps re-badging the Mitsubishi ASX/RVR?