All-new Citroën C4 and fully electric ë-C4
Citroën Ireland have announced details of their new 10th generation compact hatchback, the all-new Citroën C4 and fully electric ë-C4. The all-new C4 offers the elegance, fluidity and dynamism of a compact hatchback coupled with the strength, character and robustness of an SUV. Available in a choice of Petrol, Diesel or all-electric; the new C4 launches in Ireland in Q1 2021.
The new C4 promises to be the best yet offering a fresh innovative design with a bold, uniquely Citroën flavour. The front end boasts a V-shaped lighting signature which incorporates Citroën's new design standards and includes double-stage headlights with chrome chevrons stretched across the entire width of the vehicle. These iconic chevrons flow into to the LED daytime running lights at the top and extend to the LED headlights at the bottom. The bonnet, high and horizontal, echoes the concave shape of C5 Aircross SUV and exudes an energetic and assertive attitude. The unique roof line, combined with the sloping rear window, clearly expresses the aerodynamics of the vehicle, while the rear spoiler enhances the vitality of the body shape. This gently sloping roof and overhanging side windows is a nod to the iconic Citroën GS but also offers a design feature that allows for a generous boot volume of 380 litres. The New C4 offers a choice of 31 colour combinations thanks to 7 exterior colours options and 5 exterior colour packs. There are also 6 different interior choices and a host of alloy wheel options available to ensure optimal customisation.
On the inside, the New C4 inspires confidence at first glance through the modernity of its clean, contemporary dashboard, softly shaped door panels and soft, supple materials throughout. The wide horizontal dashboard gives passengers a feeling of space and volume while the chevron grain pattern on the dashboard and Satin chrome (or high-gloss black) accents on the vents, steering wheel, instrument panel and cabin controls offer a comfortable cabin experience by clearly identifying useful touchpoints.