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Citroen GQ Concept is just a men only car

By luanpa in | March 15, 2010 | (1) Comment

The Citroen GQ Concept is an ultimate gentleman’s drive, which is the first time a British magazine has collaborated with a car company in this way. It was just debuted at the Geneva Auto Show.

Responding to a brief by GQ’s editor, Dylan Jones, Citroën’s team, Citroen GQ Concept features a two-tone paint, hues of fuchsia and charcoal grey,  rounded rear, strong body contours and sleek concave rear windscreen – a signature Citroen design. It is 3.85 m long, 1.87 m wide and 1.20 m high and is driven by an electric motor but power output and any other sort of technical details are not available. The cabin is accessed by rear coach doors and reveals a spacious, comfortable and futuristic cabin. Completing the car’s bespoke styling, the interior detailing and upholstery selections were provided by Patrick Grant, the Creative Director of prestigious Savile Row tailors, E.Tautz.

The Citroen GQ Concept is equiped with a 1.6-liter THP direct-injected petrol engine, which is connected to an electric motor, thus completing a hybrid powetrain specifically implemented for improved performance and reduced emissions. The speed touch 60mph is just 4.5seconds, an electronically limited top speed of 155mph and CO2 emissions of just

Citroen continues its adventure in the concept world with a new model. 80g/km. I think it is just a men car.

Citroen GQ concept front

Citroen GQ concept rear



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1 response to "Citroen GQ Concept is just a men only car"

  1. Tan Dung says:

    i like Citroen