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Citroën partner of the Festival France in Düsseldorf

The Citroën oli concept seen from the front in a white color with some red elements

From 30 June to 2 July, the city of Düsseldorf is organising the Festival France, now in its 21st year, to celebrate Franco-German friendship and in particular the 60th anniversary of the Élysée Treaty. Citroën is a partner of this festival and is taking the opportunity to present its latest Oli concept to the German public for the first time.

From 30 June to 2 July, the entire city of Düsseldorf, from Burgplatz to the banks of the Rhine, will be under the sign of Franco-German friendship, with a varied cultural, musical and culinary programme that will allow visitors to live the French way for a few days. Now in its 21st year, the Düsseldorf France Festival is helping to foster Franco-German relations and celebrate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Élysée Treaty. A selection of French specialities, a varied programme of dance, music, culture and classic cars, as well as numerous stalls, attract thousands of visitors to Düsseldorf's Burgplatz every year.

As a French car manufacturer, Citroën is one of the partners of the 21st Festival de France, together with the Düsseldorf car dealer Ulmen. The brand's stand will be located on Burgplatz and will focus on the future of electric mobility. At the stand, oli, the brand's latest concept, will make its first public appearance in Germany, but it will be accompanied by other models from the brand, including the Berlingo 2CV Fourgonnette, which will also be making its first public appearance in Germany. Germany. This special model, created in collaboration with the Italian coachbuilder Caselani, is a modern reinterpretation of the legendary 2CV Fourgonnette with all the advantages of the current Berlingo in terms of architecture, load capacity, modularity, advanced connectivity and driving performance.

The brand's stand will also showcase the new ë-C4 X, its new family saloon which offers a fastback coupé look without losing any of the C4's spaciousness and with a generous 510-litre boot.

Citroën's presence at the Düsseldorf Festival France will also be supported by Titus Dittman, founder of the Titus skateboard brand and an ardent supporter of Citroën from his student days to his role as the brand's ambassador in Germany.

This is a great opportunity for Citroën to showcase its latest creations, including oli, which will make its first public appearance in Germany while maintaining its French origins. In this way, the brand will reach the public, which we hope will be numerous at this festival, and will be able to discover the brand's latest models in a relaxed atmosphere.

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