In terms of electric and autonomous vehicles, the concept of performance, in general, comes to the fore. Citroen introduced the concept of electric tool 19_19, especially for those who want to be comfortable on long-distance journeys.
In recent years, car giants have realized that the future of electric cars is bright. They then began to introduce their own electric vehicles and electric concepts consecutively. One of these concepts came from the French Citroen.
The concept tool 19_19, which the company defines as öne wheelchair lığı, emphasizes comfort and convenience as can be understood from the definition made by the company. We are facing a concept car that focuses on comfort rather than dynamic driving. The area inside the car is, of course, smaller than a hall, but the seats are not much different from those in the house.
The seats inside the vehicle can be adjusted, even partially rotated. Although Citroen said that these seats would be enough for every need of passengers, they did not mention what this meant, and they probably mentioned that the seats should have features such as massage, heating, and cooling. On the other hand, there is an artificial intelligence system in the vehicle that can recognize people not only as an asset but also on a personal level.
Not much to see in autonomous vehicles, Citroen has not given up the usual steering wheel. The driver has removable steering wheel and pedals if the driver wants his own check skirt.
The overall design of the vehicle is inspired by aviation and pilot cabs of jets. The thin-edged glass roof provides a wide field of view.
The performance of the vehicle in terms of performance is not bad at all. The vehicle with a maximum speed of 200 km is coming from 0 to 100 to 5 seconds. The vehicle can reach 800 kilometers and 20 minutes on the road for 600 kilometers.
These are, of course, the features in theory. The 19_19 concept car is part of Citroen’s 100th-anniversary celebration. The concept vehicle will appear on VivaTech, which will be held in Paris on 16 May. You can watch the introduction video of the vehicle below.