As a debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Citroen is presenting a new interpretation of the grand touring car. The new C-SportLounge concept car features powerful, aerodynamic exterior lines and a cockpit-inspired interior designed for the pleasure of the driver and the well-being of the three passengers.
The wide tracks and curved flanks of the C-SportLounge convey a sense of power, while the flowing lines and elongated roof optimise aerodynamics. Special care was taken with the air flow, resulting in a drag coefficient of just 0.26. The determined look of the front end is emphasised by the broadened air intake and elongated, clearcut headlamps. The large windscreen placed well to the front rises high and melds into the sunroof in a single unbroken line, offering a broad glass surface, enhancing visibility and letting in maximum light.
The luxurious interior of the C-SportLounge, designed to seat four adults comfortably, expresses the grand touring spirit of this concept car. The on-board ambience is a mix of noble, dense, worked materials and more mechanical styling for the driving position. With suicide doors at the rear, the C-SportLounge offers unexpected accessibility for a vehicle of this type. Story by Citroen, edited by Supercars.net