Citroen Lacoste Concept Dutifully Heads to 2010 Paris Motor Show

It's like a match made in heaven: French automaker Citroën and French clothing giant Lacoste are bringing a small concept car called the Citroën Lacoste to the 2010 Paris Motor Show.

The concept is clearly intended for those aiming to live an active lifestyle as exemplified by its open-air nature. The Lacoste measures in at 136 inches long, 71 inches wide, 60 inches tall, and comes with a 91-inch-long wheelbase. It's suggestive of a futuristic buggy as the T-shaped roof support structure offers an air-inflatable soft-top roof. The windshield can be lowered like a Jeep Wrangler and the interior design is said to take on the styling of the iconic Lacoste polo with the coloration and specific weave patterns on the seating. The rear seats can be jumped into from the outside and the two-spoke steering wheel is modeled after the Citroën emblem.

Obviously, the tire choice must be French as well as the Michelin name is proudly plastered on the sidewalls. With such a small overall package, the gas-powered inline-three should more than suffice.

Be sure to check back with Automobile for more Citroën Lacoste information when the Paris show gets underway.

Source: Citroën

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