Citroën C6 is a car that was produced by the French automaker, Citroën, for seven years (from 2005 up to 2012). It was first displayed in the spring of 1999 at the Geneva Motor Show and was greatly inspired by the C6 Lignage. The C6 was created as a successor to the Citroën XM, which was an executive car manufactured in 1989 until 2000.
This executive car is characterized by a navigation system named NaviDrive, and was later renamed to Concert Pack. It has a concave rear window, a classic trunk, and has sophisticated technology. Among the selling points of the C6 include the lane departure warning system, head up display, directional headlamps, rear spoiler, and an electronically controlled springing and damping systems.
The C6 differs from its predecessor, the Citroën XM, as it is not a hatchback. It is also the first car to receive four stars at the EuroNCAP pedestrian test rating, further proving its successful design and features. Among its rival models in other brands include the Audi A6 and the BMW 5 series. In a test done by Top Gear, Citroën C6 proved to be capable of being a comfortable ride, much so compared to the BMW 5 series which failed in the same test.