It may sound like a rare B-side from a Kraftwerk single, but the Technospace is in fact Citroen's idea of a futuristic MPV.
The French firm has always been a dab hand at creating successful people carriers. Take the Picasso for example, the brand has sold almost three million units since it was first launched in 1999.
Now Citroen hopes to breath new life into the sector by revealing the Technospace concept, which points to the brand's future compact MPV that will be released from the second half of 2013.
Full details are scarce but the new model will produce a record low CO2 emissions level of 98g/km, achieved thanks to the new Efficient Modular Platform 2 (EMP2), which features efficient architecture and minimises weight.
The interior will boast modern updates, including a full-touch driving interface with a high-definition 12'' panoramic screen. While the exterior is treated to some spaceage headlamps and 3D rear light clusters.
The concept will be revealed in the flesh during the Geneva motor show in March.