The Citroën Mehari - an new all-electric four-seat convertible - has been shown off at Geneva shortly before it goes on sale in France.
Described as being an "it car", Citroën says the e-Mehari is "stylish, confident, off-beat and even sassy," and is "designed to appeal to customers looking for an alternative vehicle with a positive outlook on life, attentive to trends and to the environment."
While similar in overall design to the Cactus M concept car launched at the Frankfurt motor show in September, the e-Mehari features an open-top design with muscular SUV-like bodywork. The ribbed sides are a nod to the original Mehari.
The e-Mehari uses a folding soft-top roof, which Citroën says can be used to cover the front, rear, sides or the whole vehicle. The rear bench can also be folded away for extra storage space.
The body of the e-Mehari is made from thermoformed plastic and will be available in a range of radical colours - including different paint schemes for the roof. The car can be hosed down inside and out.