Citroen continues this week an aggressive advertising campaign for the new generation C4. The new Citroen C4 has a completely new look and an SUV silhouette. The newly launched C4 and e-C4 model replaces the current C4 Cactus, but also the old C4 hatchback that went out of production in 2018.
Citroen proposes for the new classic model with petrol and diesel engines (82 hp and 130 hp, as well as a 100- horsepower HDi diesel engine), but also a fully electric version that will be called Citroen ë-C4. Citroen has not yet communicated complete technical data about the electric version of the new C4 model, but we can expect a range of over 300 km.
The new C4 proposes a series of visible design improvements, with modern lines inspired especially by the Citroen C5 Cactus, and the model apparently benefits from a higher ground clearance than usual.
The Citroen ë-C4 will join the electric family already offered by the French brand: C5 Aircross Hybrid, Ami, e-Jumpy and e-SpaceTourer.
Unfortunately, Citroen did not provide any details on the technical platform of the new C4. However, the international press has been speculating for a long time that the new model is being developed on the CMP platform, similar to the one on which the Peugeot 208, Opel Corsa or DS3 Crossback were developed.
More technical details will be offered on June 30, the official launch date for the new Citroen C4 and e-C4.