These are the first fully revealing images with Citroen’s new Cactus M concept ahead of an imminent official introduction.
These are the first fully revealing images with Citroen's new Cactus M concept ahead of an imminent official introduction.
The "M" stands for Méhari, so unsurprisingly the Cactus has lost its roof as well as the rear doors and also seems to have a wooden finish on the A and C pillars on top of which stands a surfboard. It will be interesting to see the door opening mechanism and we also notice the proprietary "air bumps" are still there like on the regular Cactus production version. Open those doors and you will step into a very lively cabin which adopts a floral theme and has white accents on the steering wheel and air vents.
Power of the Citroen Cactus M concept is allegedly provided by a three-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine with 110 PS (81 kW) channeled to the front wheels through a six-speed manual gearbox.
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