French automaker Citroen has launched in Geneva this week the production version of the Cactus which was shown online last month. It’s certainly one of the most interesting cars to be exhibited this year at the Swiss show thanks to its rather unique exterior appearance highlighted by those so-called “Airbumps” on the sides that absorb the energy from low-speed impacts. The vehicle also comes with plastic body cladding, a special front fascia and a panoramic glass roof. On the inside it gets “sofa-style” seats, together with a seven-inch touchscreen display, digital instrument cluster, as well as metallic accents and a glossy black trim.
Citroen will offer the Cactus production version with a VTi 75 engine outputting 75 HP, along with a VTi 82 delivering 82 HP. Up next is an e-THP 110 with 110 HP and an e-HDi 92 rated at 92 HP, while the BlueHDi 100 generates 100 HP and a peak torque of 254 Nm.