The changes include a revised model line-up for New C4, improved efficiency for New ë-C4 Electric in real world driving, new alloy wheel designs and new body colours.
As part of the changes, through a series of technical enhancements, New ë-C4 Electric receives improvements in driving efficiency, enhancing real world vehicle range under a variety of driving conditions. WLTP certified range remains at 217 miles from the 50KWh Lithium-ion traction battery.
Since launch, New ë-C4 Electric has accounted for over a fifth of all New C4 orders, showcasing the growing popularity of electric vehicles in the UK. This shift also highlights the adaptable nature of the Citroën electrification strategy, whereby a customer can choose the style of Citroën that best suits their requirements, and then decide whether to specify an internal combustion engine (ICE) or an electrified powertrain.
Further changes see the introduction of the innovative Citroën Smart Pad Support™ to the entry-level ‘Sense’ trim, ensuring that all customers can enjoy this feature as standard right across the range. Included with the support is a universal electronic tablet holder, designed to hold a variety of tablet computers. For optimum safety, the tablet holder also includes a screen filter that ensures the picture on the screen is not visible to the driver at any time. For added peace-of-mind, the passenger airbag in New C4 and New ë-C4 Electric has been designed to deploy over the top of the Citroën Smart Pad Support™ in the event of an accident
All models in the New C4 range will see changes to their alloy wheels, with lower-level ‘Sense’ and ‘Sense Plus’ versions moving to a light grey painted finish. Upper ‘Shine’ and ‘Shine Plus’ models now come with 18-inch ‘Aeroblade’ alloy wheels featuring a bi-tone diamond cut finish with clear varnish, which replace the previous dark tinted design.
The ‘Obsidian Black’ metallic body colour is removed from the range and replaced with rich ‘Perla Nera Black’.
In order to best prioritise the demands of customers, New C4's model line-up receives an update for 2022. Since launch, New C4 has sold a rich mix of upper trim levels, with over 70% of sales being towards the top of the range. In light of this, two lower mix versions have moved to a stock only position – namely New C4 ‘Sense Plus’ BlueHDi 130 EAT8 automatic and New C4 ‘Shine’ PureTech 155 EAT8 automatic. Both of these engines will remain available in the popular and range-topping ‘Shine Plus’ trim.