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 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.
Although the latest model is the same length as its predecessor (4 590mm), the EMP2 platform has allowed Citroën’s engineers to extend the wheelbase to 2 840mm, the longest in the category.
The 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 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.
The vehicle’s reduced weight, lower centre of gravity and design elements like the vertically positioned shock absorbers, combine to create a new balance between comfort and road holding for improved driveability, greater safety and comfort on board.
A local launch is yet to be confirmed.