Citroën Numéro 9 Concept: design sketches

Concept Cars 13 Apr 2012
Citroën Numéro 9 Concept: design sketches

A gellery of design sketches and renderings of the Numéro 9 Concept, the premium sedan that previews the future design direction for the Citroën DS line-up.


We report a set of design images of the Numéro 9 Concept that debuts at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show. Check the full gallery or read more details on our previous article.

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(Source: Citroën)

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