New Citroen 2CV preview

Automotive Design 3 May 2007
New Citroen 2CV preview

AutoExpress has revealed the first information about a possible remake of the legendary 2CV, featuring a design based on the 2005 Evoqué project. According to the first rumors a concept vehicle could be unveiled in 2009.

According to AutoExpress the images preview a model based on the C3 architecture, with many customization options and a premium price tag, in the fashion of modern remakes like the VW New Beetle, the new Mini and the forthcoming Fiat 500.

2005 Citroen Evoque Concept 2005 Citroen Evoque Concept
The Citroen Evoqué Concept (2005)

The design shows some similarities with the Evoqué Concept, created for the 2005 World Automotive Design Competition by Guillaume Daniel, Julien Lebely and Richard Pedron, at the time students of transportation design at Creapole.

A prototype of the new 2CV is expected to debut in 2009.

For additional images and information read the original article on AutoExpress.

(Source: Auto Express)

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