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Online only: Citroen and Volvo unveilings at the London motor show

CITROEN is bringing two concepts to the UK for the very first time at this year’s British International Motor Show (July 20-30, ExCel, London).

The C-Buggy and C-AirPlay will feature on the company’s stand, alongside the latest in Citroën technology and the new flagship of the range, the executive C6.

The C-Buggy 4WD concept has no roof, windscreen or windows, the 155bhp C-Buggy is Citroën’s take on an adventurous two-seater of the future, with wide wheel arches and large 17-inch wheels.

The C-AirPlay concept car is a futuristic urban supermini, featuring white bodywork, see-through ‘portholes’ in the lower sections of the doors, touch sensitive controls moulded into a single-piece silicone front seat and a massive glazed area.

The C6 executive saloon will be appearing at its first major UK show. Just launched in this country.

The latest technological developments from Citroën - a new diesel engine and advanced electronic gearbox system - will also be on display.

Volvo will have on display two all-new cars, two refreshed models and a design concept.

The line-up from Volvo includes:

  • Volvo S80 luxury saloon.

  • XC90 – UK debut of 2007 model (with new 3.2 and V8 engines); plus world debut of stylish new XC90 variant

  • S60 saloon – world debut of revised 2007 model

  • C30 Design Concept – UK debut

  • all-new Volvo C70 – coupe and convertible with retractable metal roof.
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