FRANKFURT – The Citroen C-Airlounge can accommodate four passengers in first class, or five in business, jokes Automobiles Citroen General Manager Claude Satinay. The concept car, a follow-up to the Citroen C-Airdream that was shown in Paris a year ago, is a blend of fluid exterior and a large luxury interior. Its most striking element is ambient interior lighting that demonstrates a variety of approaches to changing the mood inside. The Airlounge is based on the Citroen C5 ...
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