The Citroen Technospace Concept has been officially presented to the public in a premiere, during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
Citroen is giving us a look into the future generation of the C4 Picasso with its latest creation, the Technospace Concept, which is expected to hit the market later on this year, in the same time with one of its main competitors, the Renault Scenic. The Citroen Technospace has a boldly new and interesting design which will probably be adopted by future models in the company’s lineup.
The model in question seems to “scream” “I’m a German and you want me instead of a Volkswagen” through its new lines, and this is a good thing in the automotive industry. Hopefully, the automaker’s designers and engineers will carry on this new look onto the future generation of the C4 Picasso. The Citroen Technospace is 4.43 meters long, 1.84 meters wide and 1.61 meters tall, with a 537 liter capacity in the trunk. The model is coming with a 12-inch touch screen in the cabin, for the multimedia system, along with other goodies. Additional details on the Citroen Technospace Concept remain unknown for the moment and we will have to wait for the new generation of the C4 Picasso in order to see what it has in common with the concept car.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Wednesday, March 6th, 2013 - filed under Citroen
, Concept Cars
, Geneva Motor Show
, Motor Shows
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