Making its reality debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, the Citroën DS4 Racing Concept highlights "100% Racing" characteristics. The case is 35 mm lower than the normal model and track is 55 mm more extensive at the front and 75 mm more extensive at the back. The idea auto likewise brandishes an air diffuser, a front guard board, a lower-body belt line and wing expansions. Citroën Racing has changed the 1.6-liter turbo motor to create 256 bhp, or 160 bhp per liter - a record for an arrangement generation auto. This awesome execution comes as one with controlled CO2 discharges of 155 g/km.
Citroën Racing engineers have also redeveloped the running gear with the utmost precision. The concept car is equipped with four-pot, fixed calliper brakes at the front, with special discs widened to 380 mm in diameter, and shod with larger, 19-inch wheels (235/40).
Another stand-out feature of the Citroën DS4 Racing Concept is its matte grey, textured-effect paint - a first in the automotive sector. The grain of the paint catches the light differently and further enhances the body styling, while the colour is sober, modern and robust and ideally suited to a sports car. To refine the exterior aesthetic, the concept car gets a two-tone roof and specially-designed, twotone wheel rims.