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Let’s take a moment to appreciate Citroen’s forward-thinking approach to automotive innovation, you’d be hard-pressed to find many contenders in their league. While most carmakers are all about embracing the leisurely comforts of autonomous driving in the coming decade, Citroen has gone off-road, or rather, off-water, with a concept that’s a true game-changer.
Enter the Citroen Above and Under concept, a brainchild of the visionary designer Sangheon Chung. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill autonomous lounging pod. No, this is a machine that challenges the conventional boundaries of travel, both on terra firma and beneath the waves.
The very blueprint of this futuristic marvel is a testament to the notion that your vehicle’s purpose should never be limited by the medium it’s traversing. In the driver’s seat, you’re greeted by what we fondly call the “seabreachers” – two distinct compartments that transform into independent submersible modules. That’s right, this automobile can metamorphose into a sealed watercraft at the drop of a hat, allowing you to cruise the open waters with the setting sun as your backdrop.
But here’s the kicker: the heart of this automotive marvel, the battery pack, sits snugly in the middle, acting as the mediator between these two distinct modes of transportation. At first glance, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’re staring at just another track-hungry electric race car. But when those two modules elegantly slide out from the back, it’s like witnessing a magician’s grand reveal. What was once a vertically configured four-seater on land has now transformed into two separate watercraft, each ready to conquer the high seas.
Citroen Above and Under isn’t just a car; it’s a revolution in transportation, a fusion of land and sea, and a symphony of design and engineering that leaves us all in awe. Kudos to Citroen for pushing the envelope and taking us to new depths, literally!
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