Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
The French can do some decent automobiles, but most of them are minivans and economy hatchbacks. Citroen, for one, is trying to change all that with its re-launched DS line.
The upscale sub-brand has already given birth to the DS3, a sort of premium rival to the likes of the Mini Cooper and Alfa Romeo MiTo. And now the Parisian automaker is preparing to unveil its second offering in the range. Tentatively called the DS High Rider Concept, the show car is set to be unveiled in just a couple of weeks in Geneva, Switzerland. It's not only a more upscale version of the C4 hatchback, but a more crossover variant as well, riding higher (as the name suggests) and featuring an unusual three-door body-style.
When it does reach production, expect the car to wear the DS4 nameplate. Stay tuned while we bring you more from this year's Geneva Motor Show.
Gallery: Citroen DS High Rider Concept