Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show this week, the DS4 Racing Concept features what is described as 100 percent racing attributes.

Citroen is a prominent name in the world of rally, but when you think of hot hatches for the street, the Citroen name isn't the most obvious choice. However, this perception could change if Citroen were to produce this DS4 created by the engineers at Citroen Racing.

Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show this week, the DS4 Racing Concept features what is described as 100 percent racing attributes. The chassis is 35 mm lower than the production model whilst the dimensions are 55mm wider at the front and 75mm wider at the rear. Aerodynamics are enhanced by the air diffuser, front bumper lower spoiler, lower-body belt line and wing extensions and is complimented by a matte grey, textured-effect paint.

Under the hood lies a 1.6-liter turbo engine that pumps 260 HP (191 kW / 256 bhp) to the wheels and generates CO2 emissions of 155g/km. The concept is also fitted with a four-piston fixed caliper brakes that boast extra wide 380mm discs and are hidden behind a set of specially designed 19-inch two tone wheels.

Citroën DS4 Racing looking muscular under the Geneva lights