The Citroen C6 (2005)

Citroen C6

Citroen C6

Citroens stunning new flagship, the C6, is being unveiled to the world at the Geneva Motor Show (1-13 March), following in the tracks of iconic large Citroens of the past with its combination of aerodynamic styling, cutting-edge technology and high levels of refinement and comfort.

Representing the latest stage in the rejuvenation of the Citroen Marque, the C6 majors on comfort, with a ‘lounge on wheels’ approach that benefits from the latest development of the Company’s acclaimed hydropneumatic suspension. The design lines give C6 the attractive styling of a coupé, whilst its interior space, impressive levels of equipment and quality fittings are in keeping with those of an executive saloon.

The C6 cabin is a bright and spacious place to be, thanks to the car’s 2.9m wheelbase - one of the longest in the class - generous overall dimensions and large, glazed area. The First Class travel experience is enhanced by the electronically controlled suspension system that provides a travelling experience that is more glide than ride, the zonal air conditioning with soft diffusion system to ensure optimum thermal comfort, as well as the fitting of laminated side windows to filter out exterior noise.

The refinement and comfort is further highlighted by the use of high quality wood on the dashboard and door storage compartments, discreet chrome touches around the cabin, as well as leather seats and door panels. Both front seats are multi-adjustable, while the availability of premium comfort, electrically-controlled, individual heated seats in the rear really does allow passengers to choose their ideal seating position.

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Published 1 March 2005 Melanie Carter

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