Citroen has long been known for their unique blend of futuristic design and unprecedented comfort. Constantly on the cutting edge, they experiment with various proportions, producing some memorable vehicles. Their latest attempt at fusing these elements has created the refined and sophisticated DS Wild Rubis. A concept car unlike any other, it looks like their latest car is going to take DS line in a completely new direction, potentially changing the company’s entire outlook.
Joining the DS premium line that includes the likes of the DS3, DS4 and DS5, the Wild Rubis combines the appearance of an SUV with the raw power of the DS line-up. The design certainly gives an impression of power and strength. It features unique chrome signatures on its sides as well as roof bars that appear to accentuate the impression of height.
Representatives at Citroen suggest that the car has a ‘hypnotic stare’ (whatever that means!). The grille flows evenly along the car, highlighted by full-LED headlights made up of three mobile lighting modules surrounded by scrolling indicator lights. This new arrangement of lights is also seen in the rear of the car, appearing like a jewel encased in chrome.
This concept car certainly embodies the very essence of the DS line. It builds on the expressive styling and unprecedented comfort of past models, offering the driver even more than before. If you’re interested in getting your hands on this gorgeous car when it’s finally released (and we’re pretty sure it will be) or in finding out more about the Citroen DS range, contact Pentagon Citroen in Oldham.
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