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autoviva2012-11-23 14:27:44

Citroën Survolt: sports car electric concept

 
 
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Citroën Survolt: sports car electric concept

At this year’s Geneva Motor Show Citroën is presenting a continuation of the brands electric vehicle development. The Survolt continues the researched started with the Revolte concept, presented at last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show. Citroën’s concept eyes the future of sleek coupes, combining design, sporting passion and electric drivetrain.

The Survolt, with compact dimensions (3.85 m long, 1.87 m wide and 1.20 m high), features at the front the vehicle badge above a large oval-shaped grille. It has slim, horizontal head lamps that got their inspiration from high-performance sports coupes, with LED light giving the contemporary and high-tech touch. At the rear the Survolt keeps the light signature of Revolte and adds a spoiler in a reference to motor sport.

In the interior of the Survolt, Citroën’s objective was to combine the conventions of the luxury world with those from sports racing world.

The sportscar concept is powered by electricity and is supposed to combine sports performance with environmental respect.

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authomobilia
Here are some pics of the Citroen Survolt as displayed at the 2010 Paris car show: authomobilia.blogspot.com/2010/11/citroen-survolt-paris-france.html
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