quarter-lights

quarter-lights

Windows at an oblique angle between the front windshield and the side window.
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The marketing blurb will tell you it's inspired by the F-Type and to be fair there are elements which echo Jaguar's much lauded sports car, particularly its haunches and quarter-lights.
The new model is topped by a floating roof, with the glazed area wrapping 360A around the vehicle, thanks to gloss black A and B pillars and quarter-lights.
Style isn't forfeited for practicality either - the large amount of glass used, the grille and the quarter-lights certainly make a stunning impact."
Featuring unique interior and exterior styling elements, the newcomer boasts Rip Curl graphics on the wings and rear quarter-lights, white roof rails and door mirrors, orange seatbelts, orange detailing on the audio speakers and orange-trimmed carpet mats.
The Meriva's rearwardopening rear doors have already drawn much praise, and the firm says its interior will feature a commanding driving position, narrower A-pillars, and larger quarter-lights. At the back, the lower window line will increase visibility for passengers, especially children, and the new car will be capable of carrying up to 1,500 litres of luggage with the rear seats folded down.
In addition to the largest windscreen in its class, quarter-lights add to the visibility and rear seat passengers also benefit from larger windows.
The rear pillars are masked by the quarter-lights and combined with the rest of the large glazed area, give the impression that the upper half of the vehicle is totally glazed, while the saloon-style rear end features lights with a unusual horizontal design.
The glazed area extends around the entire body, which serves to highlight the rear quarter-lights that are fast becoming a classic Citro'AaAeAeA n design featur
The Meriva's rearward-opening rear doors have drawn much praise and the firm says its interior will feature a commanding driving position, narrower A-pillars, and larger quarter-lights.
All passengers in the new C4 Picasso Lounge have a commanding view of the outside world, thanks to a vast glazed area featuring an innovative, wide angle panoramic two metre square windscreen, large front quarter-lights framed by narrow pillars, and generously sized windows.
The body styling is underscored by graphic features like touches of colour on the roof bars and the 'Venetian blind' rear quarter-lights. Nimble in the city, Citroen says the car is "ready for adventure thanks to Grip ControlA with Hill Descent Assist" and is available with a choice of 'frugal and efficient' petrol and diesel engines.
The rear pillars are masked by the quarter-lights and, combined with the rest of the huge glazed area, give the impression that the upper half of the vehicle is completely surrounded by glass.