Citroen teams up with British GQ for a Special Concept Car
In case the array of new debuts which Citroen brought to the Geneva Motor Show weren't enough of an indication, the French automaker has emerged as a real draw with its concept cars. Now Citroen has partnered with no less prestigious a publication that the British edition of the men's magazine GQ for another unique show car.
Called, simply enough, the GQbyCitroen, the concept car is a joint effort between the magazine's editor and the automaker's design director. Considerably more "gentlemanly" than the extreme GTbyCitroen and classier than the more recent Survolt concept, the GQ concept features a hybrid drivetrain and an interior outfitted by Savile Row tailor E. Tautz. Very GQ indeed, even if it is just a concept car, and you can have a closer look in this month's issue or click through our gallery of images below.