Citroen will present at the Paris auto show at the end of September the Cxperience Concept, a new prototype sedan model, which shows us the vision of the French company for the car that will replace the C6.
The futuristic and impressive plug-in hybrid prototype stands on 22-inch rims, with its rear doors to open backwards, while the absence of the middle column creates space for comfortable access to the interior of the cabin.
The interior has a minimalist design with wood and yellow leather upholstery, a large touch screen of 19 inches, through which all vehicle functions are controlled. The screen can be divided in half, so that the driver and passenger are able to see different things.
It is equipped with a gasoline engine that is able to produce between 150 and 200 hp, combined with an electric motor of 80 kW (107 hp), that powers the rear wheels. Together the hybrid system delivers 300 hp, combined with an 8-speed automatic transmission, positioned between the conventional engine and the electric motor.
The Citroen Cxperience Concept has a length of 4.85 meters, a height of 1.37 meters and a wheelbase of 3 meters. It has an electric range of 60 km, while its battery can charge via a standard household outlet in just 4.5 hours, while using a 6,6 kW quick charger, it can charge in 2.5 hours.