Citroën CX revived as PHEV concept car
Citroën has released the first images and details about its new plug-in hybrid model, CXperience Concept, ahead of the Paris Motor Show next month.
Hinting that Citroen may be working on a large vehicle, replacing the C5 and C6, the name links back to the CX executive car, and it features a new family front end plus a concave rear window.
Having confirmed seven plug-in hybrids and four electric vehicles by the end of 2021, the concept showcases a high-performance petrol-electric plug-in hybrid drivetrain, producing up to 300bhp with both power sources combined.
This also offers a range of 36 miles, via a 13kWh battery, which can be charged in less than two and a half hours via a 6.6kW/32-amp home charger, or four and a half hours on a 16-amp system.
Cxperience Concept features a technology-rich infotainment system and the ConnectedCAM Citroën, premiered on the new C3. All technology will be available for testing at the Paris Motor Show.For more of the latest industry news, click here.