The Citroen C7 concept was created by Seojun, a design
student at Hongik University in Seoul, South Korea.
The C7 is a luxury 4-door, 4-seat saloon with coupe-like
proportions for the near future, 2010 to be exact. And
although the concept C7 stands no chance of production
in this particular form it is a stylish design which attempts
to predict the future of Citroen design.
The exterior design of the Citroen C7 concept is graceful
and flowing with a tapering rear section. Up front the
grille of the C7 does not feature the new distinctive
elongated chrome badge which has become standard across
much of the Citroen lineup. The rising line of the side
windows gives the concept a sense of motion even when
stationary, and helps to give the driver and front seat
passenger a better field of vision while also giving the
rear seat passengers a sense of privacy.
Entry to the Citroen C7 is through conventional front
doors and rear hinged rear doors. The rear doors are cleverly
disguised thanks to the single-piece design of the door
handles positioned where the front and rear doors meet.
Inside the Citroen C7 concept is ample space for four
adults, the swiveling front passenger seat can be turned
through 180 degrees to face the rear seats.
Source: Hongik University
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