Citroen CCrab Concept


Check out this futuristic concept built by Finnish designer Juha-Pekka Rautio.

Finnish designer Juha-Pekka Rautio has created one of the more interesting concepts we have seen as of late. His CCrab Concept takes inspiration from the quick and precise movement of footballers (in this case, soccer players) and yes, even crabs. The CCrab Concept was designed to handle rush hour traffic, and to that effect, it does its job quite well. The car is purely electric and features four individually powered wheels that can turn independently. Each wheel is covered and equipped with a bumper.

The guts of each wheel (pictured) include an electric motor and suspension. Check out the photos of Rautio's 3-seat CCrab Concept and make your opinions heard on whether you think an EV crab-mobile would be your preferred mode of transportation to and from work.

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