Citroen Cactus M introduced to the Public with action-packed competition
Citroen has launched a competition offering the public a chance to get to know the Cactus Concept M a little bit better.
People are invited to enter at beachandbreakfast.cool to win a one-off chance to experience the French manufacturer's take on the standard bed and breakfast at the sunny Peniche peninsula in Portugal.
The blurb on the website states that the lucky winner and a friend will get to "Drive a concept car, learn how to surf, drive with the top down and the wind in your hair, try paddleboarding, drink cocktails on the ocean shore, say 'I love you' in the firelight, cheat at Mölkky, eat pancakes at sunrise... For once, you can do whatever you like!"
The Cactus M is an outdoorsy, versatile concept that was revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It draws inspiration from the legendary Méhari, a light utility variant of the 2CV produced by Citroen from 1968 1988.
With an open cabin, and neoprene seats that can fold down into a bed for two, the Citroen Cactus M allows its occupants to sleep under the stars in relative comfort.
The competition is open until the 16th October to residents in seven countries across Europe, including the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium/Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.