Citroen Cactus M Concept is an exercise in design that the brand gala winks to the peculiar Méhari last century. Definitely one of the most original in the Frankfurt 2015. After publishing several 'teasers' or images as advancement cars finally it's official: with you the Citroen Cactus M Concept a futuristic reinterpretation with many retro touches and quirky famous Méhari the last century and that surely will attract many of the looks of those attending the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Like the original Mehari the new Citroen Cactus M Concept is designed as a vehicle for leisure and recreation. Upright windshield larger diameter body height wheels larger than the other versions of the C4 Cactus large doors plastic to save weight (Mehari also had many pieces of plastic on her body) interior completely open with ... the absence of this new prototype roof evokes freedom and adventurous spirit.
Among the peculiarities of the interior of Citroën Cactus M Concept we find that many of the materials used are made of a material that can be cleaned using the jet of a water hose. The nods to sports and water activities like surfing are constant and this serves as proof neoprene in the cockpit. The labeled C-pillar arches allow the placement of all kinds of utensils to enjoy the free air such as surfboards windsurfing etc.
The Smart Grip Control drive system which distributes torque between the front wheels according to the grip conditions and already released in cars PSA Peugeot group as 2008 also brings its note of dynamism and versatility in a vehicle like the M Cactus Concept specially designed for traveling on the most diverse grounds.
This prototype M Cactus Concept Citroen looking small SUV convertible also features an extra canvas hood that is stored in the image and likeness of portable stores campaign.
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