The public lost interest in these cars: inexpensive coupes.
It was no oil painting to start with, but the facelifted C5 was ghastly.
Dan Abramson’s 1994 Xanae concept signposted Citroën’s entry into the compact MPV sector, but additionally, its styling came to inspire an entire generation of production Citroën’s; each displaying an incremental diminution of form and surface. The Xanae’s conception was led by Art Blakeslee, drafted in from Talbot to preside over Citroën’s styling after the rancorous departure of Carl Olsen in 1986. Continue reading “Theme : Facelifts – Dîner pour Chiens”