Citroen has officially unveiled the new C4 Cactus by releasing a series of images and even its first video presentation.
Following its leak just a day before writing this article, the French based automaker Citroen has finally pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the C4 Cactus. The model in question is a production version of the concept wearing the same name, which actually resembles the one-off vehicle quite a lot. The C4 Cactus has received a plastic body cladding, distinctive C-pillar, panoramic glass roof, a distinctive front fascia, LED daytime running lights and some other tweaks.
The Citroen C4 Cactus is weighing 965 kg (2,127 lbs) which basically means 200 kg (441 lbs) less than the C$. The model stands at 4,16 meters long, 1,73 meters wide and 1,48 meters tall, riding on a 2,60 meters long wheelbase. As far as the cabin goes, this is coming with the so-called sofa-style seats, with the standard infotainment system, a 7-inch display, a digital instrument cluster, metallic accents, leather straps which act as door handles, gloss black trim and more. A petrol engine will be found under its hood, along with a diesel which will average just 3.1L / 100km (91.1 mpg UK / 75.8 mpg US).
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