Citroen Eco-Luxury Sedan is quite the piece for the Upper class society. It has three seats, two in the back and the driver’s seat in the front. It’s emission-free with a hydrogen fuel cell element, which charges the vehicle’s battery pack. Its designer, Ankit Prashar, graduated Coventry University’s Transportation Design course and by the looks of it, he likes what he does very much.
The Citroen Eco-Luxury Sedan comes in an outstanding white with futuristic hub-less wheels which will definitely attract buyers with sophisticated needs. It has complex, beautiful and ‘rich’ written all over it. It might become the market’s new trend for people who could really afford it.
Citroen Eco-Luxury Sedan was designed as a final project for the BA Automotive Design at Coventry School of Art and Design. As Ankit Prashar explained, “The exterior design of the car provides a fresh take on the Citroen design language”. Who can argue with that? The propulsion system consists out of a hydrogen fuel cell element, which charges the Lithium-ion battery pack and in turn powers the in-hub electric motors. It also features photovoltaic panels integrated into the body to adjust more range and efficiency on its miles.
Ankit Prashar couldn’t leave the Citroen Eco-Luxury Sedan without some elegant built glass roof panels, inspired by the work of french architect Jean Nouvel. When sunlight hits these panel, it forms a unique pattern in the interior, similar to the shadows made by the sunlight through the branches of a tree.
Overall it looks very promising and could become a bigger project, if the industry would ever embrace it. It’s all about the utility of the car, while Prashar’s concept is focused only towards a single category of people, the rich. Moreover, having a flat lowered floor constraints it from driving on paved roads. Perhaps it will be used at embassies or by Governments, who knows. Do you like the Citroen Eco-Luxury Sedan?
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