Citroen has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the Cactus Concept, which is serving as a preview for future C-line models.
According to the French based automaker, the new Citroen Cactus Concept is actually previewing upcoming C-line models, and it has been inspired by the 2007 C-Cactus Concept. The model in question is a hatchback and it stands at 421 cm long, 175 cm wide and 153 cm tall, with a 21 cm ground clearance.
“Citroën has revealed Cactus, a new concept car and a vision for future C-line models. Shedding the superfluous, Citroën Cactus is a desirable, user-friendly car that creates a unique harmony between the distinctive and the practical, offering comfort for all occupants with easy-to-use technology”, as the carmaker says in its official press release.
The new Citroen Cactus Concept has a 7-inch screen in the cabin, a ceiling installed passenger airbag, push button controls instead of the conventional gear stick, conventional control buttons removed to make room for an 8-inch touch screen and more. The model in question is coming with the Hybrid Air system which includes the PureTech engine and the ability of an average fuel consumption of less than 3 liters every 100 km (94.1 mpg UK / 78.4 mpg US). Additional details on the Cactus Concept are limited for the moment.