Citroen Cactus Concept

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Rugged Airbump plastic features on the side of the car, just like it does on the road-going CactusRugged Airbump plastic features on the side of the car, just like it does on the road-going Cactus

It’s safe to say that the car world has gone a little retro-crazy recently. Be it the new Mini Cooper, the Fiat 500 or any one of the muscle cars that America has fallen for, we love it when our automobiles give a nod to their heritage. A dip into the past is definitely evident in Citroen’s Cactus M Concept, which harks back to the Méhari of old with its topless, beach-loving design.

The Citroen C4 Cactus has already served as the base for a number of interesting concepts including a fascinating study in aerodynamic efficiency, but the two-door M certainly isn’t shaded by its peers.

Unlike the road-going Cactus, the M Concept has a wide-open convertible top that is designed to let adventurous drivers feel closer to the elements. In keeping with its easy-going, outdoorsy vibe, the interior has been fitted out with footwells that drain, water- and salt-proof seat covers and neoprene trim.

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