This cute supermini concept has been unveiled by Citroen at the Bologna Motor Show today.
The two-seater is called the C-Airplay, is shorter than a C2 and features a removable, glass-panelled roof section.
A pair of portholes in the doors means passengers can see the road passing by underneath, a trick designed to increase the sensation of speed in the car, which is powered by a 110bhp engine.
Touch-sensitive controls are built into the dashboard and between the two passengers on the one-piece moulded seat.
There's no official word yet on whether Citroen might build such a two-seater on the C2 platform, but its simple, removable panel would be in marked contrast to the complicated roof design on the C3-based Pluriel convertible.
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