PARIS - Citroen will debut a concept at the Geneva auto show on March 5 that could point the way to a future full-electric version of its C1 minicar.
Citroen CEO Linda Jackson has said the concept will be based on the brand's vision of urban mobility.
Citroen's global marketing head, Arnaud Belloni, told the UK's Autocar magazine in November that the concept will be showcase a "revolution" for the brand and could be "as important to Citroen as the 2CV was."
The concept will preview an "affordable" city-focused car and will showcase what Belloni described as a "new mobility system."
Citroen has not released any details of the concept beyond a teaser photo that appears to show a door pull.