New Electric Vehicle Steals Design From Citroen

What the world does not need today are EV startups.

California-based Neuron (supported by Chinese investors) is one of them. And the Neuron VEGA is their new SUV.

The Neuron VEGA amazes with its design The Neuron VEGA amazes with its design

At the moment, the company founded in 2017 does not produce anything, although it claims high-profile ambitions to conquer the markets of the United States, Europe and, obviously, China.

All that Neuron can show at the moment is a couple of layouts that demonstrate design of electric vehicles that are supposedly being prepared for production. But, basically, all promising startup models still exist in the form of virtual projects.

The Neuron VEGA is very similar to the Citroen C4 Cactus The Neuron VEGA is very similar to the Citroen C4 Cactus

Now, the company’s line-up, which includes several trucks of different sizes, buses and other commercial vehicles, is supplemented by the mid-size Neuron VEGA. As before, the startup does not provide any specifications. Most likely, they simply do not exist. The main goal is to show the design.

This is where the new electric vehicle raises questions, because it unmistakably resembles the Citroen C4 Cactus. This is evidenced by the silhouette, the characteristic line of glazing throughout the body, and even details, such as headlights and similar plastic elements in the lower parts of the doors.

The silhouette and body glazing of the Neuron VEGA have turned out to be too characteristicThe design of the Neuron VEGA does not feature enough unique details

This is strange, because Citroen’s cars are not represented in the US market. However, their models are known all over the world, so the design is not a big secret. Apparently, along with Chinese investments, Neuron received the ability to copy foreign counterparts, which is fully reflected in the automotive industry to this day.

New Electric Vehicle Steals Design From Citroen photo 2

It remains only to observe the fate of the VEGA, as well as to monitor other developments of the startup.

Related News

Sign up or log in to post a comment