Based on a stretched platform borrowed from sister company Peugeot's 1007, the flexible people carrier is aimed at buyers who think the regular C2 is too small and the C4 too large. Styling for the C2 Plus's headlights and grille were first seen on the C-Buggy study (image).

Rivalling the upcoming Ford B-MAX, Vauxhall Meriva and Nissan Note, it is set to go on sale next year, and will be the first Citroen to adopt the company's new nose which was initially seen on the C-Airplay and C-Buggy concepts.

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