Video: Citroen Unveils Electric Travel Car With 30-inch Wheels And Artificial Intelligence
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 13:59
Citroen has unveiled the 19_19 electric concept designed to celebrate the brand's 100th anniversary. According to the creators, it shows the future of long-distance road travel.
The concept turned out to be slightly longer than the C4 sedan (4655 millimeters) and has a futuristic design, as well as huge wheels with tires dimension 255/30 R30 … The wheel arches are separated from the body to reduce noise levels, and the branded outer hubs remain stationary even while driving - just like on Rolls-Royce vehicles.
- Citroen 19_19 Concept is able to recognize the owner and greet him with an external animation on the display integrated into the glass of the front door. The four-seater cabin, trimmed with fabric in different colors, has a passenger seat with a footrest and a sofa with unusual weaving instead of headrests.
- The concept received two electric motors (one on each axle) with a total output of 462 hp. and 800 N⋅m. The claimed acceleration to "hundreds" is five seconds, and the maximum speed is 200 km / h. Battery with a capacity of 100 kWh designed for power reserve 800 kilometers … With a high-speed charging station, the battery can be refilled up to 600 kilometers in 20 minutes.
The electric vehicle's equipment list includes dual lidar autopilot with multiple sensors, Progressive Hydraulic Cushions with hydraulic buffers in the shock absorbers and head-up displays in the cabin. The cylinder in the center of the front panel is the brain of the AI multimedia system.
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