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Citroen Cactus M concept unveiled at 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show (LIVE Photos)

Citroen Cactus M Concept 2015 Frankfurt LIVE

Citroen Cactus M concept takes inspiration from the Citroën Mehari lightweight off roader on sale from 1968 to 1988.

On display at 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, being held from September 17-27, the Citroen Cactus M concept open top is based on same underpinnings as the Cactus hatchback.

Sporting front and rear design akin to the Cactus, the difference lies in the fact that Cactus M is a two door vehicle and not a four door as seen on the Cactus. These two doors are longer and fashioned out of a single piece of moulded plastic so as to reduce weight. Outside of the doors are covered with thermoformed TPU coating. Windscreen is upright while front windscreen surround is shaped to enhance safety and body rigidity. The concept sports an inflatable roof which can double up as a tent when not installed on the vehicle.

Citroen Cactus M Concept 2015 Frankfurt LIVE

The holiday car.

Citroen Cactus M concept interiors are spacious and comfortable with upright seats. Interiors receive neoprene waterproof fabric while the cabin itself sports drainage holes integrated in its floor so cabin can be hosed down. Rear seats when folded down and boot lid dropped so as to create sleeping area for upto 2 adults.

It is a 1.2 liter 108 bhp petrol engine mated to a 6 speed box that powers the Citroen Cactus M concept. This engine claims fuel efficiency of 58.9 mpg. The model makes its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show where it will be displayed along with the Aircross that was showcased at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show earlier this year.

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