As Citroen unveils more of its new model range at the Geneva Motor Show this morning, the covers have come off its latest interpretation of the new DS line, the DS High Rider Concept.
The new DS High Rider Concept embodies Citroen’s “contemporary vision of vigour with compact design as a fundamental value”, and also features the company’s latest technological drivetrain structure known as Full Hybrid 4. The system uses a small and efficient diesel engine to drive the front wheels while an electric motor drives the rear. The Full Hybrid 4 system can continuously switch between, or combine the two engines as required.
The DS High Rider is a muscular yet compact four-seat coupé boasting a windscreen that stretches back into the roof, a passenger-focused interior and a driveline that is said to offer a unique driving experience while at the same time setting a new standard in ride comfort (CarAdvice hope to bring you more pictures of the DS High Rider Concept this afternoon).
The vehicle, similar in size to the Citroen C4, also offers a higher ground clearance and rides on 19-inch diamond-effect alloy wheels.