Yes, they all had their faults and were not for everyone, but they were targeting a specific consumer and burst into an untapped market niche. It would be fair to say that this latest version of the Citroën C4 Grand Picasso is another example, except for the fact that it has arrived in a sector of the market on its knees.
Entry-level diesel engines could take the form of a 1.6-liter unit producing 75, 100 or 120 hp, while a more powerful 2.0-liter diesel option could also be available offering 148hp and 178hp. The gasoline range should feature a frugal 110hp 1.2-liter gasoline engine capable of returning 57mpg in the current C4 engine – while a more powerful 130hp version also offered. All engines should be equipped with a manual gearbox as standard, while a six-speed automatic option could also be offered on high-end models.
The C4 concept a large grille divided into two sections and futuristic LED daytime running lights. His body now shares more in common with a crossover SUV – moving away from the previous hatchback design. The LED lighting signatures are framed by two thin horizontal silver strips that form the Citroen logo in the center. While the car looks like the current Cactus C4, it is lower and does not have the unique “Airbump” plastic moldings that protect the cacti doors in the car parks. The concept shown here features a black contrasting roof, a feature that should be incorporated into production models to allow for greater customization of the customer.
The cabin of the car could include a pair of high resolution screens. A digital display behind the steering wheel should replace the conventional gauges found in the current C4 interior, while the infotainment system should take the form of a smaller eight-inch touch screen system placed in the center of the dashboard. . Passengers should be treated to stow soft-touch materials throughout the cabin while leather padding will be available higher up the range. The interior design should be mostly uncluttered with most onboard features controlled via the touch screen infotainment system with separate controls for heating and air con.
The cheapest Citroen C4 is the manual, which costs $ 26,990.