New Grand C4 Picasso

New Grand C4 Picasso

Citroën has unveiled the first images of the New Grand C4 Picasso.

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The New Grand C4 Picasso harnesses the efficiency of the new EMP2 (Efficient Modular Platform 2) to provide a combination of versatility, cabin space and accessibility with three rows of seats.

In addition to boasting record low CO2 emissions, starting at just 98g/km, the next-generation Grand C4 Picasso features Citroën's all-new BlueHDi 150 engine that emits a low 110g/km of CO2.

The latest model is the same length as its predecessor (4.59m); the EMP2 platform has allowed Citroën's engineers to extend the wheelbase to 2.84m (the longest in the category).

Cargo space features an extra 69 litres of useable load space (645 litres VDA) and over 700 litres with row two seats in their forward position.

Citroën's New Grand C4 Picasso stands apart from the five-seat model thanks to its specific design, unique front end, side profile with special roof bars and innovative, 3D effect LED lights at the rear, which are inspired by Citroën's recent concept cars.


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