Citroen Neutron Concept gives an impression of eccentric future EVs

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Over the course of few years, we have several all-electric concept vehicles. The common aspect between all of them is the evolution of their design and where it is headed. Nonetheless, Citroen Neutron Concept doesn’t follow that pattern and is unique in its own right. What makes Neutron Concept so unique is the fact that it lacks any sense of practicality and is more concerned about the design. The total dedication towards the design is evident from the images. When it comes to concept cars, the designer’s only concern should be about the design and this particular concept signifies that.

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Citroen Neutron Concept has longer wheelbase. It means that the interior will be spacious and also the luggage space. However, the only flaw that is evident from the attached image is the aerodynamics. At first glance, it looks cumbersome and the large side panels are also problematic. The designer of this Citroen Neutron Concept is Grigory Butin. According to him, the inspiration behind this concept is its power comes from thermonuclear reactor. In simpler terms, the Neutron Concept will use fusion propulsion for moving. The same theory is being developed for powering the spacecraft.

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The interior of Citroen Neutron Concept comprises of split driver and passenger area. It will have zero physical buttons and also be without interface components. If this turns out to be true then you could image where the screen would be. Nonetheless, it seems that there isn’t much room for large infotainment display. Let us if this type of concept ever comes to fruition. For now, just enjoy the attached images of this concept vehicle.

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