Citroën 19_19 is a wildly styled self-driving concept
Citroën on Monday unveiled the 19_19 Concept.
Built to show off the automaker's "vision of ultra-comfort and extended mobility to escape from the cities," it's part living room and part tech conference.
From a style standpoint, the 19_19 Concept is straight-up weird.
The wheels are huge and hang out at the extreme end of each corner, using its massive fender flares to give the car some serious width.
The leading end is impossibly short, owing to its electric powertrain.
The inside is just as mind-warping.
Even though it's capable of autonomy, the vehicle can still be driven by humans, and that's evident in the driver's seat, which is far more upright than the power-footrest lounger where the front passenger sits.
In the back, two seats form an ersatz sofa. Instead of headrests, there's a flexible webbing meant to resemble a hammock.
The use of color and material in the concept is second to none, with the seat material extending to the floors and headliner.
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