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Citroën C6 Lignage

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Citroën C6 Lignage

The Citroën C6 Lignage was a concept car. It appeared at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1999 as well as the Frankfurt Motor Show in autumn 1999.

It was intended as a replacement for the XM, and Citroën was intent on launching it before the end of 2001. The Citroën C6 Lignage formed the basis[1] of the Citroën C6 which was launched in 2005, four years later than Citroen had originally planned.

Exterior dimensions

  • Wheelbase: 3,000 mm
  • Overall length: 4,920 mm
  • Overall width: 1,890 mm
  • Overall height: 1,440 mm
  • Front overhang: 1,090 mm
  • Rear overhang: 830 mm


External links

  • C6 Lignage links at Citroën World
  • Citroën C6 Lignage at Citroënë

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