Citroen Press Conference At The Geneva Motor Show


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PARIS – February 23, 2010: Citroen has announced that Frederick Banzet, Managing Director of Automobiles CitroŽn, will be holding a press conference at 8.30am on Tuesday, 2nd March on the Citroen Stand in Hall 6.

Members of CitroŽn’s senior management team and several representatives from the Company’s product and style departments will be available to answer questions from the press. Personnel from the CitroŽn UK Press Office will also be on hand to assist UK journalists.

CitroŽn has already announced two exciting new models for Geneva with the DS HIGH RIDER concept and the limited edition DS3 Racing both confirmed to debut at the show.

Other models on display from the Company’s award-winning range will include New C3 and DS3 - and there will be the opportunity to see CitroŽn’s all-electric C-ZERO.

Questions relating to CitroŽn’s attendance at the Geneva show or CitroŽn’s exhibits, can be addressed to members of the UK Press Office using the contact information below.

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