Citroen Grand C4 PicassoCitroën has unveiled the first images of the New Grand C4 Picasso - a uniquely styled car that stands apart from the already impressive five-seat model in terms of design and features a pioneering balance between interior space and engaging exterior styling.

 

The New Grand C4 Picasso harnesses all the efficiency of the new EMP2 (Efficient Modular Platform 2) to provide an ideal combination of versatility, cabin space and accessibility, underpinned 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.

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

The uncluttered interior of Citroën’s New Grand C4 Picasso was designed with a loft-style feel in mind. The standard-fit panoramic windscreen and optional large glass roof bathes the cabin in natural light. New Grand C4 Picasso has more glass surface than any other model in the segment at 5.70 square metres. At night, white LED lighting (on the ceiling, backlit storage spaces, trays on the front seat backs, and inner door handles) further enhance the sense of well-being by creating a cosy and intimate ambience.

Citroën’s attention to detail and choice of materials is reflected within the loft-style design, making the quality of finish on board the New Grand C4 Picasso amongst the very best in its class.

Citroen Grand C4 PicassoThe asymmetrically designed dashboard subtly blends the different colours and materials. Satin chrome and gloss inserts further enhance Citroën’s stylish touches and particular attention has been paid to the door panels that have been designed with an original laser-engraved pattern on the trim inserts.

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