2010 Citroen Lacoste Concept

The 2010 Citroen Lacoste Concept has been known to be the symbol for a state-of-art and a lifestyle in the automotive world. In addition, the 2010 Citroen Lacoste Concept is equipped with a 3-cylinder petrol engine, light timbre, the flexible economical and ecological powerplant. Besides, this model consists of a high waistline, minimum overhangs front and rear, bulging and textured wings, along with golf ball-style alloy wheels.


In terms of its appearance, this sports car measures 3.45m in length, 1.80m in width, 1.52m in height and with a 2.30m wheelbase. Additionally, the body paint in pearlescent white and it has broad cut-outs which are suitable with the body styling. The front and rear lights are invisible under the car’s dark blue bodywork and can be recognized as they are illuminated.


The Citroen Lacoste Concept looks up to the environment not only by virtue of its engine, but also its design alternatives


The car is suitable with specially designed sports equipment including tennis racquets, golf clubs, skis, and a surfboard or a bike


Similar to a wardrobe with various clothes, accessories and fabrics, the Citroen Lacoste plays with different colors and materials


The Citroen Lacoste\’s two-spoke steering wheel impresses with its minimalist design, simplicity and size


In terms of its interior, the compartments lie under the dashboard and within the two bench seats with sliding covers highlighting the color of the upholstery. The seats themselves are covered with white cotton, a weave closely taking after that of a polo shirt or an iconic Lacoste design.

The elegance of the Citroen Lacoste is determined by the choice of drivetrain


Two names including Citroen and Lacoste have reached a model that meets such criteria as cultivate boldness, creativity and optimism via their new product called Citroen Lacoste Concept


The fascia strip on the dashboard works as the car\’s display screen, showing driving information like speed and the directional indicators


Passengers have chances to enjoy an open-air experience via the broad cut-outs that replace the front doors and the lack of a hard-top roof



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