Last year, Citroën unveiled the four door C4 Cactus that you can purchase over in Europe. I rather like the design of the funky little car, and as it turns out, lopping the top off it and making it a two-door cabrio makes it even better looking. Just have a gander at the Cactus M Concept to see what I mean.
I would totally drive this thing; I even like the Hawaiian print interior of the car, which is surprising considering I hate the beach. The windshield header and rear brace are finished with wood grain, and are designed to hold a pair of surfboards overhead. The little cutouts in the rear quarters of the car are steps to make it easy to get into the back seat. They would also come in handy for getting your surfboard off the roof. Apparently, the removable roof (not shown) can also be used as a tent.
There is no indication if or when Citroën will build the Cactus M, but you can be reasonably certain it will never come to the U.S. even if they do make it.
Source:: 95 Octane