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The Citroën C-Crosser to come bundled with console

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A picture has popped up online which suggests Sony may have teamed up with Gallic car maker Citroën to make a PlayStation Portable-branded car.

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Citroën's C-Crosser Exclusive PSP: yet to be confirmed

The leaked picture’s source isn’t known, but it clearly shows a PSP logo stuck onto the back of the car manufacturer’s C-Crosser SUV.

A second picture also appears to show two kids using a PSP that's been mounted to the rear of a front-seat headrest.

It’s entirely possible a Photoshop prankster could have put the pictures together, but according to several online sources, the C-Crosser Exclusive PSP – as it’ll be known – will come with Slim'n'Lite version of the portable games console and a Memory Stick Pro Duo card.

It’s also thought that two UMD-based games will be included in the bundle.

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In-car gaming for the kids

Citroën C-Crosser prices start at £20,195 ($27,725/€21,866) in the UK, but no firm details about a possible launch of a PSP-branded model have been confirmed yet. ®

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