PARIS – Automobiles Citroen names the concept car it will display at the upcoming Paris auto show after its corporate sponsor, Lacoste SA, the high-end apparel company most famous for its tennis shirts featuring an alligator logo. The car also sports an alligator logo and other tennis-inspired style elements. But for Citroen fans, the graphics will be far less important than the open design that recalls the Mehari, a beach-buggy-like vehicle the auto maker produced from 1968 to 1988. ...
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