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Citroën C4 Picasso

Citroën C4 Picasso (France, 2013-present)

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Citroën launches its second generation C4 Picasso in June 2013. The new series adds high tech features like available 360 degree camera, parking assist and active cruise control.

The look of the new C4 Picasso is a chunky reinterpretation of the first generation. From the side it has a more molded look with a blunter nose and larger greenhouse. That translates to a car that has shorter overhangs, a lower engine but a wider track, which means a lower center of gravity. At the rear, it gets standard LED taillights.

Compared to the previous generation, the new Picasso sheds 140kg (308lbs) of weight and increases interior room to a class-leading 537 liters (19 cubic feet), 40 liters (1.4 cubic feet) more than the previous generation. It has a panoramic windshield and glass roof to bring as much of the outside inside of the car.

The dashboard is asymmetrical with black and trim in beige, chrome and gloss black. It is available with optional Nappa leather. It includes a 7in touch screen and 12in HD screen with a USB port and 220v socket.

The Picasso also has the optional Lounge Pack that adds front massaging seats.

The new C4 Picasso is available with four available engines. The base engine is a 120hp four-cylinder with a five-speed manual gearbox. The rest of the lineup includes a 156hp four-cylinder with a six-speed manual, 92hp diesel with a six-speed manual or six-speed automated manual and a 115hp hybrid diesel with either a six-speed manual or six-speed automated manual.

 



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