Representatives at Citroen have recently unveiled their Technospace Concept MPV. Touted as the next great step in vehicle engineering, the vehicle has caught the attention of many analysts for its technological prowess and flawless designs. In order to understand what all the fuss is about, lets jump straight into it.
One of the vehicle most notable features is its unique design. Reports have indicated that it produces several benefits from its compact size of 4.43m in length, 1.83m in width, and 1.61m in height. They suggest that the standard-setting interior space come with a class-leading boot capacity of 537 litres, making it a strong competitor in the market.
The attention to detail is also felt in the cars technological improvements. The car comes with multiple technologies for enhanced comfort, coming with a high-definition 12” panoramic screen in the dash. Similarly, the company has introduced dynamic lines and high-tech to the outside of the car, installing 3D-effect tail lights inspired by the latest Citroen concept cars.
Lastly, Citroen has proudly been exhibiting the vehicles ‘Creative Technologie’ which produces record low Co2 emissions levels at 98g/km. It does this through the efficient architecture and minimised weight of the 'Efficient Modular Platform 2' system.
While company representatives have not yet released details of the cars engine, this car has been turning heads ahead of motor show. While many of the cars features do earn it praise, the central reason why individuals are paying attention to this vehicle is rooted in its similarities to the Picasso C4. Reporters have indicated that the technology found in this new concept will likely be found in the new Picasso model, making its design features particularly important. This should mean that the seven-seat Grand C4 Picasso will get a quite a few updates, giving the model a much-needed boost.
While the Technospace Concept is unlikely be produced in its current form, Citroen has confirmed that the C4 Picasso will be released in the UK from the second half of 2013. More details concerning other upcoming models from Citroen will be revealed at the Geneva Motorshow between March 5th and 17th.