Lacoste inspired Citroen concept machine

Lacoste inspired Citroen concept machine

Citroen has teamed up with famous French clothing label Lacoste, to create this funky and creative looking Citroen Lacoste concept.

At just 3.45m long, 1.80m wide and 1.52m high with a 2.30m long wheelbase, this concept model is about the same size as a Citroen C1 or Toyota Aygo. The power for this machine comes from a three-cylinder gasoline engine.

There are plenty of features that represent the sporting image of Lacoste including the golf ball-style alloy wheels and the square relief designs that resemble sections of a tennis net on several parts of the car’s body.
The interior features a seat trim with a weave closely resembling that of a polo shirt and the seatbelt anchorage points that have “necklines” very similar to the French brand’s polo shirts.

But undoubtedly the best feature is that of the “no-door” concept with a T-shaped structure that extends back to the boot like a “backbone”. It hides an auto-inflatable hood that deploys all the way along the backbone to form a soft-top roof.

Citroen has teamed up with famous French clothing label Lacoste, to create this funky and creative looking Citroen Lacoste concept.

At just 3.45m long, 1.80m wide and 1.52m high with a 2.30m long wheelbase, this concept model is about the same size as a Citroen C1 or Toyota Aygo. The power for this machine comes from a three-cylinder gasoline engine.

There are plenty of features that represent the sporting image of Lacoste including the golf ball-style alloy wheels and the square relief designs that resemble sections of a tennis net on several parts of the car’s body.
The interior features a seat trim with a weave closely resembling that of a polo shirt and the seatbelt anchorage points that have “necklines” very similar to the French brand’s polo shirts.

But undoubtedly the best feature is that of the “no-door” concept with a T-shaped structure that extends back to the boot like a “backbone”. It hides an auto-inflatable hood that deploys all the way along the backbone to form a soft-top roof.

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