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1992 Citroen Citela (Heuliez)

Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Interior
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Interior
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Interior
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Interior
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Interior
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Interior
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Interior
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Interior
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Pick-Up
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Pick-Up
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Pick-Up
Citroen Citela (Heuliez), 1992 - Pick-Up
Images: Citroen; Concept Car Central
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The Citela was one of many electrically powered urban concept vehicles developed by Citroën.
The Citela was an electric town car with a recyclable body with interchangeable panels. The two-door four-seat Citela could reach speeds of up to 70 miles per hour and had a fuel range of 130 miles on a single charge. With a modular construction, the car's base unit housed all the running gear, while the upper body could be transformed into various styles. More notable were the rear wheels placed very narrowly together under a cover also serving as the rear bumper. The compact interior provided enough room for three adults and one child. The mirrors were also placed further up onto the front side windows.


Not only was the Citela electrically powered, it also featured a modular body enabling it to be transformed at will from a coupé to a mini estate to a saloon.

Many of the styling cues were carried over into the ECO 2000 project.

Citela was shown at the French pavilion at the Universal Exposition in Seville in 1992.

Citela had a range of 210 km and a top speed of 110 kph.
Source: Concept Car Central; www.citroenet.org.uk
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Niklas
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Non-sense free, pure design.
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