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C3 Pluriel flies high to new record

CITROEN turned its new C3 Pluriel into the C Everything when it officially became the car with 'altitude' in a record-breaking flight near Peterborough.

The car flew to 3,500ft and set a new benchmark as the world's highest flying car, when it was piloted by stunt balloonist David Fish.

The car was heavily modified for its dance with danger and Fish said: 'We're ecstatic with the result of this flight. A lot of hard work went into this project and we're incredibly happy that everything went off successfully.'

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