Citroën Zabrus

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Presentation year: 1986
Vehicle fair: Turin Motor Show
Class : Middle class
Body shape : Combi coupe
Engine: Otto engine :
2.1 liters (150 kW)
Length: 4300 mm
Width: 1800 mm
Height: 1370 mm
Wheelbase: 2650 mm
Production model: none

The Citroën Zabrus was a concept vehicle that Citroën presented at the Turin Motor Show in 1986 . It was a 4-seater shooting brake with 3 doors that the designer Bertone had designed. The basis of the Zabrus was the Citroën BX 4TC with 2.1-liter gasoline engine, 150 kW and five-speed gearbox. Scissor doors were part of the unusual body shape .

In the interior there was the single-spoke steering wheel typical of Citroën and a liquid crystal display . The display attached to the dashboard for operating the car telephone and other functions was revolutionary for the time.

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