Revolte is a compact, ultra-chic city car that combines luxury with a touch of sass. Its plug-in hybrid drivetrain shows its forward-thinking credentials.
The modern character of the Revolte is expressed through provocative styling inspired by one of its most celebrated ancestors: the 2CV. But the Revolte doesn't simply stick to tradition. We reviewed every aspect of the legendary 2CV to create the Revolte's own distinctive, contemporary look.
With its strong lines, compact dimensions and sculpted flanks, the Revolte flouts the well-known rules of the luxury world. Its contemporary styling is closer to an executive vehicle. Low-set, sitting squarely on its four wheels, the Revolte makes light work of urban driving and gives a lively, responsive performance.
The Revolte concept car shuns conventional car styling. Its distinctive design features strongly marked wheel arches, a curving bonnet and sculpted flanks for a dynamic, powerful look. Its bodywork is strikingly different too - an intense, radiant violet.
The Revolte has a unique design for this type of vehicle, with original and distinctive features.
It boasts a three-seater cabin design, designed to resemble a living room with the kind of seats and comfort normally found in home furnishings.
The passenger area includes a contemporary meridian sofa with flowing lines that cover the entire back of the car. It also covers the space usually reserved for the front passenger - and the person sitting there can stretch out their legs and enjoy the cosy, luxurious ambience.
The rear-hinged doors of the Revolte make it really easy to access the cabin, which has a multicoloured interior that resembles a make-up case, crafted from:
Conventional materials and colours are out for the Revolte - its interior has a bold but luxurious feel.
The touch screen of the Revolte is encased in gleaming crystals. The superbly crafted deep-red crystals literally project the touchscreen into the cabin, while recycling the air onboard.
Chic and elegant, the back seat of the Revolte isn't just gorgeously styled - it also holds the car’s electric batteries.
The bonnet of the car is covered in photovoltaic (solar) cells that supply the energy for the onboard comfort functions, including when the car's stopped. This means it doesn't need to draw on the electric batteries.
The front of the car boasts an eye-catching curved glass shape underlining the grille. The glass is translucent and backlit, emphasising the chevrons.
The contemporary, sophisticated character of the Revolte is also reflected in its plug-in hybrid powertrain, with: