Back in 2007 Citroen introduced an interesting concept by the name of C-Cactus and now they have released a successor of that concept simply called Cactus. The vehicle is 4.21 meters long, 1.75 meters wide and 1.53 meters tall, with a 21cm ground clearance. Moving inside the cabin we find a 7-inch screen which serves as the instrument panel. The regular control buttons have been replaced by a generous 8-inch touchscreen, while the passenger airbag has been installed in the ceiling. In addition, the regular gear stick was removed to make room for push-button controls.
The Citroen Cactus is motivated by a new version of the Hybrid Air system that encompasses a PureTech power unit. The French automaker says the concept has a fuel consumption of less than 3 liters / 100 km which should make it an ideal city car.