2001 Citroën Osée by Pininfarina.
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The Citroën Osée by Pininfarina was a three-seater research prototype, the first to be conceived on Citroën mechanicals which was a styling study that developed the theme of the pure mid-engined sports car, a new layout for the French Mark.
The styling guidelines, the architecture and the geometry of the project had been realised with full respect for Citroën's philosophy and image. It received "Best in Show" at the 2001 Geneva Motor Show.
• Wheelbase: 2650 mm
• Length: 4150 mm
• Width: 1895 mm
• Height: 1156 mm
• 6 cylinder in 60°V, 2946 cm3, 24 valves, 4 overhead camshafts, 194 bhp (140 kw)
• Peak torque 27,2 Kgm
• Rear wheel-drive
• Automatic 5 speed + Reverse sequential ZF gearbox
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