The Citroen Survolt was one of the concept cars unveiled
at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. The concept is an all-electric
vehicle which, according to Citroen, is a mix of "high
fashion, extravagance and more than a hint of motor racing
The Survolt is an incredibly complicated design which
has a huge number of little styling details and features
which helps keep the eye interested. It's not a pretty
car in the classic sense of the word, but it's a bold
design - which is almost as good. When viewed in profile
it doesn't take long before you start to see some fleeting
similarites with the Bugatti Veyron's styling. In particular
the 'C' shaped arc which connects the roof to the sidesills.
With a sleek, compact and low-slung frame - 3.85m long,
1.87m wide & 1.2m high - The Citroen Survolt takes
inspiration from sports car design and then transforms
it into a supermini package. The swooping lines and sweeping
curves are designed to convey a sense of agility and dynamic
performance, while at the same time giving a hint of luxury.
The Survolt features fuchsia and charcoal gray a paint
scheme which is an adaptation of the Citroen
Revolte concept's distinctive paintwork.
The two-seat interior features a chrome finished roll
Similar and related vehicles:
Citroen DS4 (2011)