2010 Citroen Survolt Concept review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 2 March 2010 , 02:03:35 byAngela

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Citroen Survolt Concept

Citroen developed the Survolt Concept as a continuation of the Revolte presented last year at the Frankfurt Motor Show. This new model answers to an automotive universe that all too often seems morose. Bucking current trends and pointing to the future of sleek coupes, it combines glamour and sporting passion, with its electric drive-train. Its slim, horizontal head lamps, inspired by high-performance sports coupes exert a magnetic appeal, while an LED light signature adds a contemporary, high-tech touch. It conveys agility, precision and vitality, barely containing a powerful, well-defined musculature under refined and luxurious wraps. The new Survolt is innovative and powerful, but it also reveals its finest assets to catwalk in motor sports arenas. It eschews decorum to create its own styling language. The chrome and aluminum, the inclusion materials, recall the spheres of luxury goods and motor sport. The cockpit is designed like a floating cell, a glass setting held between chrome-finished roll bars. The interior as a whole was designed to offer to the two occupants comfort and refinement, driving pleasure and incredible experience. The carmaker used innovative and environmental-friendly technology. The new model is powered by electricity combining sports performance with sustainable development. Still particularly rare in the racing world, this technological solution to ones problems also embodies a previously unthinkable alliance. The drive-train blends driving pleasure, thrills, performance and vitality, without neglecting comfort as the car is silent in operation. The European carmaker developed a vision presented in the shape of the Survolt, using its 90 years experience. It managed to not only focus on the innovative technology, but also tried to be as creative as possible. The carmaker managed to combine elegant elements with sport ones in a very harmonious way. The result is the perfect argument of its success.