Electric Citroen C4 shown on video in anticipation of debutJune 16, 2020
Previously, the novelty has repeatedly come across the lenses of cameras of photo spies. The official debut of the car should take place on June 30 this year.
Citroen fueled interest in the debut of the new generation of the C4. The novelty was devoted to a short 15-second video, which appeared on the Web on Tuesday, June 16. The car will be quite different from the current version. And we are talking about both the design and the technical side of the issue. In the European market, the C4 model ceased to be sold 2 years ago due to weak sales compared to competitors, and its successor was the C4 Cactus. However, Citroen decided to give the car a second chance.
The official premiere will take place on June 30, where all the details will be announced. Although something is known now. The model will be built on a completely new platform that allows the use of gasoline and diesel engines, as well as all-electric power units.
We know this CMP platform by the latest version of the Peugeot 208 and Opel Corsa. The video showed us part of an all-electric car – this is indicated by a nameplate with the letter e. Such a car will receive an engine with a return of 136 hp, and the power reserve without recharging will be about 340 km.
Previously, the car was already caught in the lenses of the cameras of photo spins in test tests, after which questions arose regarding its positioning. Now they are dispelled – brand representatives attributed the new product to C-class hatchbacks.
There is no official information on gasoline and diesel engines yet. If you build on the soplatform Peugeot 208 and Opel Corsa, they can become turbo engines with a volume of 1.2 liters with a return of 100, 130 and 155 hp. respectively, as well as 1.5-liter diesel power units capable of delivering 100 or 130 hp As a transmission, customers can offer 6–speed manual transmission or 8-speed automatic transmission.
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