Citroen teases the Cactus Concept ahead of 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) debut

Article by Christian A., on August 28, 2013

Citroen is coming with a cactus at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA)! No, not with a plant… the French manufacturer will bring its new Citroen Cactus Concept in Germany next month. The new concept car is believed to show Citroen’s new design language and as some sources revealed it actually previews company’s next generation of C-line vehicles that will be introduced next year.

The next-generation Citroen C3 might also use design elements seen on the new Cactus Concept. For those who don’t know, Citroen used the cactus name before, in the stylish C-Cactus Concept, which might also inspire the new Cactus.

Few details are available from the teaser image and as you can see in the photo the new car might show new headlights just like the ones seen on the recently introduced C4 Picasso. Black plastic is also seen, which means that the new vehicle could adopt a more rugged look.

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