2002 Paris Auto Show – Citroen C-Airdream

The sleek C-Airdream is notable at first glance for its panoramic glass, but other design highlights are a long wheelbase, a long front overhang, and a short rear overhang. The Airdream’s telematics are controlled through a mouse that caps an armrest on the center console. Like the General Motors Hy-Wire concept, this vehicle features no pedals and puts a strong emphasis on electronics—engine control, steering, braking, suspension, and transmission. Like the Citroen C3, this vehicle features advanced technology such as variable-ratio electric steering, ordinarily unheard of on inexpensive cars. Citroen has fitted the C-Airdream with a 3.0i V-6 engine, producing 210 hp.

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