Citroen has just revealed a new electrifying concept car at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, the Citroen Survolt Concept.
Based rather clearly on the scary sexy Citroen Revolte, the Survolt is a pink-trimmed, black-and-bold concept supercar that we wish would hit production. A blend of high-fashion, extravagance and more than a hint of motor racing punch, Survolt takes the essence of the Citroen’s Revolte concept – performance, cutting-edge technology and luxury – and adds an assertive sporting dimension into the mix. However, the performance specs were not revealed on the two-seater, but the French automaker does state that the car has a “motor racing punch.”
Its design was meant to convey an aerodynamic look combining “flowing lines [that] convey agility, precision and vitality – with a powerful, muscular character contained in its refined and luxurious frame,” according to a press release. The supermini measures in at 3.85-meters long by 1.87-meters wide, making it 65mm longer and 150mm wider than the Lotus Exige S. It stands rather short at 1.2-meters high, which is taller than the Exige, but shorter than the Audi TT.
Exterior touches on the charcoal, fuchsia, and yellow car include LED lighting at the front, an awkward oval-shaped grille, rear spoiler, and the same rear lighting as the Revolte. A long windshield gives the appearance of added space inside. [Citroen via Jalopnik]