Citroen Egoiste Car Concept by Ian Kettle

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Citroen Egoiste
The Citroen Egoiste is an unashamedly indulgent vehicle. A product that aims to celebrate the potential for the electric car and also propose a glamorous and exciting future for Citroen EVs. Designed to always be an uncompromising statement involving confidence and seduction for equally self-assured and alluring professionals in their early 30s, the Egoiste is the antithesis with the apologetic and very humble image traditionally connected with electric cars. Curious? Hit the leap. Tthe basic architecture from the vehicle is one of two extremes: low and extensive in the city, the stance would normally draw attention. Nevertheless, its proportions, by having an ultra low, smooth front and apparently rear-set cabin with no discernable space for an serp suggest that this is simply no petrol-powered car. Likewise, the particular all glass top surface, stretching from front to back, as well as the glass sides, reveal a full length interior, with the motorist placed centrally in full look at the surrounding city. This specific attention seeking experience continues with the entry/exit in the vehicle: making the most of centre mounted motors along with under-floor battery packs, the Egoiste utilises a jet-fighter design rear hinged canopy, that reveals the driving force in their central place. After opening, the motive force and passengers walk down the length of the vehicle on a flat ground over the battery packages on what could be perceived as a fashion catwalk and step out gracefully in the city.

Further setting up a sense of personal extravagance and inspired by the craft and skill of Paris’s finest and fashion houses, the particular detailing on the Egoiste is to draw attention both for its intricacy and then for its relationship on the electric powertrain. For example, your wheels, with a fine floral pattern reduce from them act as displays over the hub motors, simultaneously hiding your mechanics of them while revealing a little of their complex nature. Likewise, the vehicle purposely doesn’t shout its marketing out to the world: like a piece of haute couture, your logos are small. Indeed, the famous double chevrons do not also appear on the vehicle exterior. Instead, they are abstracted along with projected on the ground at the rear of the vehicle, following just like a shimmering wake in support of informing onlookers in the Citroen branding after the vehicle has passed them. The ultimate element of the design meant to mark the Egoiste out there as an electric car and draw optimistic attention comes in are the front and back graphics: electric autos do not require the traditional radiator/ bbq grill elements found on fuel cars. However, they actually do still require cooling and as such the Egoiste is outfitted with glass blades, both front and rear that includes the vehicle circuitry. These kind of blades, protruding in the vehicle, simultaneously primary air in towards and the hub motors as well as cool your circuitry with the atmosphere passing over them. The particular blades also variety unique vehicle visuals which further the actual car’s presence within a city environment.
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