This is the GQ by Citroen, a new concept car designed to provide "the ultimate gentleman’s drive".
It features a new plug-in hybrid powertrain, which features a 1598cc, four-cylinder direct injection petrol engine.
It travels from 0-60mph in 4.5seconds, has an electronically limited top speed of 155mph and Co2 emissions of 80g/km. No other details have been given.
The car has officially been created as a collaboration between Citroen and GQ magazine, and insiders say there are no production plans for the car.
It was designed to a brief set out by GQ editor Dylan Jones and created by a design team headed by Mark Lloyd, who most recently styled the DS3.
The car’s cabin is accessed by rear coach doors. The interior has been designed to be "spacious, comfortable and futuristic", and its interior details and interior were created by Patrick Grant, the creative director of Savile Row tailors E.Tautz.
Lloyd said: "Where this car works so well with GQ is that it fits with the current attitudes of conspicuous consumption. It is understated rather than in-your-face and sleek rather than too macho."
Jones said: "The GQ car needed to have the “want” factor, but it also needed to look, feel and drive like the sort of car no sane man could choose to ignore. We think it looks very special.’