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2010 Citroen Lacoste Concept Cars The Car of The Future

Two names, Citroën and Lacoste, have come together to be unveiled at the forthcoming Paris Motor Show, this new model is an emblem for a state-of-mind and a lifestyle. Clearly alluding to leisure and pleasure, it takes a simplified, no-nonsense approach to motoring - without forgetting refinement - and transports passengers to a lighter, fresher world.

2010 Citroen Lacoste Concept Cars The Car of The Future

At the crossroads of motoring, fashion and sport, the Citroën Lacoste concept cars is a “shared vision of boldness, creativity and optimism” between the French brands, according to the pre-Paris press release. At first glance, the Citroën Lacoste concept appears to be a very optimistic car indeed, as it doesn't have a roof to mitigate the inevitability of a bleak French winter. 2010 Citroen Lacoste Concept Cars The Car of The Future.

Pure, simple and laid-back, while remaining sophisticated, the Citroën Lacoste takes another step forward towards the car of the future - a vehicle aimed at putting an end to the "always more" mantra that often reigns in the automotive industry.

The new model also fuels Citroën's thinking of focusing on the essentials to create original cars that are affordable and economical, while losing none of their ambition or motoring passion, notably through premium styling.

Stylishly minimalist and skillfully laid-again, the Citro?N Lacoste immediately draws with its off-beat sports aesthetic. It functions a excessive waistline; bulging and textured wings; minimum overhangs the front and rear; and golfing ball-fashion alloy wheels, positioned in the furthest corners of the body. After an extended inspection, it is this vehicle's "open" physique that appeals - promising a fulfilling pressure, even as expressing a wealth of inventiveness and beauty.

Powering the concept uses a small 3-cylinder petrol engine with ?Lots of overall performance on tap? In keeping with the clicking launch, because the compact (three.45 m long, 1.Eighty m extensive, 1.Fifty two m excessive and with a 2.30 m wheelbase) automobile have to be quite light, which, as in line with the logo, offers sufficient electricity to a vehicle of this size and weight


2010 Citroen Lacoste Concept Cars The Car of The Future

Among the other styling information there are golfing ball-style alloy wheels, a rectangular relief design comparable to the sections of a tennis net on many components of the automobile, integration of the lights into the bumper instead of the sheet metallic and Lacoste covered stowage in its dashboard and below the 2 bench seats.

The idea vehicles will be showcased at the Paris Motor Show on 30th Sep, 2010.

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