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Thursday, September 22, 2016

CXperience concept ready to debut in the Paris Motor Show 2016

Citroën has recently officially introduced the new large sedan concept called CXperience, ahead of its official debut at the Paris Motor Show 2016 which will be held on October 1-16, 2016. Through the CXperience concept, the French automaker said that it's intended to demonstrate the ability of Citroën to transfer their latest design style on the large sedan segment.
The newest Citroën CXperience concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1e4brT)
With a length of 4.85m, a width of 2m and height of 1.37m, the Citroën CXperience has shorter overhangs but adapted with its used wheelbase (ie 3 m), making the car look 'large' with a very eye-catching design.

The driving force of this car comes from the hybrid powertrain is capable of producing between 250 and 300 hp which is claimed that the cruising range of Citroën CXperience when in 'all-electric' mode can reach 37 miles (60km). The engine combined with the eight-speed automatic gearbox, and mounted transversely between the internal combustion engine and the electric motors.
Left side view of Citroën CXperience concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1e4brT)
Dashboard view of Citroën CXperience concept with unique steering wheel and a 19-inch, 16/3 format rectangular screen in the middle. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1e4brT)
The interior side, the CXperience had a mix of clean design with premium materials as well as combined with cutting-edge technology. Car's rear doors carried the suicide door style combined with the lack of B-pillar, to enhance a spacious impression of its cabin.
Look how spacious the cabin of Citroën CXperience concept with a unique yellow fabric interior touches. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1e4brT)
Rear side view of Citroën CXperience concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1e4brT)
Meanwhile, the car's seats covered with yellow mesh fabric with backrests made from walnut wood matching the dashboard. An LED display with 16/3 format and 19-inch size is also mounted on the dashboard, acts as the central control of the vehicle and the grouping of functions such as air conditioning, driving assist, navigation and media resources.
Outside rearview mirror that usually attached on both doors also have been replaced by cameras which send the images to a small digital screen mounted on the inner door panel, along with front and rear cameras that provide a 360-degree overview of the conditions around the vehicle. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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