Citroën has confirmed that it will unveil a new future-thinking concept car next month.
Marking 100 years of the French firm’s existence, the as-yet-unnamed model will follow the Ami One, shown at last month’s Geneva motor show. While that previewed a low-cost, quadricycle-class city car, the new concept is expected to be full-sized.
It will be unveiled in the coming weeks, just ahead of its public debut at an innovation event in Paris called VivaTech on 16 May. Few details have been released, but Citroën calls it a “100% electric and autonomous object featuring artificial intelligence”.
It also claims the concept “symbolises ultra-comfort and offers a unique travelling experience on board”. Expect a more outlandish exterior look as a preview of the firm’s future, too, with the promise of “exceptional styling”.
Citroën also intends to use VivaTech to showcase PSA’s mobility brand, Free2Move, which explores transport solutions both inside and outside cities. The Ami One will also reappear as Citroën uses every opportunity it can to showcase a century of its innovation.