Citroën C-Quatre: Next C4 already has official sketches

  

Dongfeng released the first sketches Citroën C-Quatre next-generation sedan that French house prepares for the Chinese market, which anticipates the features of the third generation Citroën C4 , based on the new modular platform EMP2. [1.99901 million]


 

Citroen-C-Quatre-2016 C itroën disseminated through Dongfeng the first images of the sketches of the next generation of the Citroen C-Quatre, a space reserved for the market product Chinese. However its design might anticipate the format next generation Citroen C4 Western. [1.99901 million]

the next generation of the Citroen C-Quatre takes shape.

Although the sketches show a coupe body type, Citroën C4 L with bodywork sedan is one of the models of the most famous brand in the Chinese market. [1.99901 million]

With a somewhat more sober exterior, the sketch C-Quatre anticipates the format of the product that will arrive on the market in 2016. [1.99901 million]

The front wins rectangular format headlights with daytime LED lights, while the rear lights incorporate what is already the watermark in the DS product, with lights that recreate three-dimensional effect type . As a sort of homage to Citroën C6 , the rear window has concave format . Its objective will compete against compact sedans such as the Volkswagen Jetta and the front seems to indicate.

For Citroën booked a cabin atmosphere provided minimalist lines and higher quality items, where most of the controls seem to be centered on the screen of your infotainment system . The instrument panel and steering wheel partially recalling some models of DS.

The C-Quatre is built on the new modular architecture EMP2 PSA group and is believed to mechanical level to take the engine family PureTech to block three or four cylinders , ie PureTech 1.2 and 1.6 THP, associated with manual or automatic transmission, in both six-speed. [1.99901 million]

At a later stage will be offered in China more luxurious variant which is reserved to the mark DS. [1.99901 million]

 
   

  

 

 

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