At the 1996 Paris Salon, Citroen introduced three new concept cars. They were each different but based on the new Berlingo. One was a four-door hatchback, another was a utility wagon (Panel Van), and the third was a two-door coupe with a rear truck-like area.
The 4-door hatchback sedan was the Berlingo Bulle. It was designed as a family sedan that brought its own unique design cues, making it practical yet stylish. The shape was oval allowing for plenty of interior space for its occupants.By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2010