On the subjects of water and sand, the Cactus M was designed with these vehicular hazards in mind, with the interior and exterior materials chosen and treated for their resistance against these elements. Special water- and salt-resistant fabric covers the seats, allowing the drivers to enjoy time on the beach without having to hose themselves off before getting in their car. The bright red-and-black neoprene interior can be hosed down and emptied through floor drainplugs, allowing for quick cleanup.
The entire concept was designed with surfing in mind, and as such, the wood-accented roll hoop has fixtures for mounting two surfboards.
When the weather turns nasty, the Cactus M features a special inflatable roof section that is stored in the rear trunk. The roof is modular, meaning the car can be turned into a bivouac-like structure, with rear seats that fold down for an area for either storage or sleeping.
Take a look at the wild Citroen Cactus M concept ahead of its 2015 Frankfurt auto show debut in the photo gallery below.