Citroen have today previewed images of its DS High Rider Concept ahead of next month's official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show.
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As the second concept from Citroen to wear the DS badge, the High Rider is a four-seat coupe that combines shooting brake and three-door hatch designs in to the one vehicle.

An elevated clearance and wide, compact stance help the DS High Rider achieve a muscular stance, as do its bespoke design 19-inch alloy wheels which are unique to the showcar.

Finished in gold paint, the DS High Rider Concept features a roof that is coated with a textile material that Citroen says demonstrates "a tactile feature of quality".

The DS High Rider aims to offer occupants a light and airy interior thanks to a large, vertically extended windscreen that "soars over the heads of front occupants", though with no images supplied, we'll have to wait until Geneva to get a glimpse.

Under the bonnet, the DS High Rider is powered by Citroen's full-hybrid diesel drivetrain that features a HDi diesel engine to power the front wheels (no capacity given, though we expect 1.6-litres) and an electric motor that drives the rear wheels.