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Cars Citroen C4 Cactus replacement spotted for the first time

17:40  22 january  2020
17:40  22 january  2020 Source:   autocar.co.uk

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  Citroen Berlingo long-term review Citroen Berlingo long-term review But as much as it will be used for lugging equipment around to various shoots, this won’t be a series of reports detailing just how much room for flight cases there is in the rear. So let’s get that out of the way early, shall we?To call the Berlingo spacious inside would be doing it a disservice – this is a cavernous car before you even get to the boot or think about laying the second-row seats down, with no fewer than 28 different storage bins and cubbies to stuff various bits and pieces throughout the cabin.

The Cactus replacement should arrive before the year’s end in a segment that’s pretty crowded on the European market with fresh new models, including the new Volkswagen Golf and Skoda Octavia, plus the Ford Focus, Renault Megane, and the likes. Photos: Automedia. Gallery: 2018 Citroen C 4 Cactus .

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Citroën intends to replace the ageing C 4 Cactus and now-dead C 4 hatchback with a new C-segment crossover, and new spy photos have givn us our closest look at it yet. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, engineers in Germany are hard at work testing the new model

Citroen C 4 Cactus is a quirky sight on European roads, particularly the pre-facelift model, but once it goes out of production, it won’t have a direct replacement . The automaker will reportedly replace both it and the regular C 4 hatchback with an all-electric compact hatch with a “high posture on the road.”

Tipped to be revealed in the latter part of this year before going on sale at the start of 2021, the newly developed model will sit on the PSA Group’s CMP architecture, allowing it to be the first in its class to offer petrol, diesel and battery electric powertrain options. Former Citroën CEO Linda Jackson confirmed this last year.

The new images offer our first look at the new car, which moves towards the now-fashionable coupé-SUV bodystyle by way of a distinctly sloping roofline and a raised tailgate. However, clear Citroën design cues remain in the front end, particularly the low-mounted headlight layout, and a clamshell bonnet features.

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The use of the CMP platform means we can expect the C4 replacement to come with the engines used by sister brand Peugeot’s similar-size new 2008. That means a range of turbocharged 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrols and 1.5-litre four-cylinder diesels, as well as the fully electric powertrain. Stickers appear to confirm that this prototype features the latter.

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We even took the Cactus to buy a cactus . And when the initial excitement wore off, we weren't just left with a Hit the throttle, which engages first gear. Accelerate, eventually. Begin process of shifting into second gear. (Which reminds me, you guys can stop emailing with exclusive " Ford Ranger spotted in Dearborn" Hell, following my time in the Citroën , I drove home in a Bentley Continental GT3-R.

Electric version of Citroen C 4 Cactus replacement unveiled Electric version of Citroen C 4 Cactus replacement unveiled; petrol and diesel versions will also be A full suite of safety systems features; Citroen lists 20 in total, including automatic emergency braking, post-collision braking, blind- spot

The electric e-2008 uses a 136bhp, 192lb ft motor and a 50kWh battery for a WLTP range of 192 miles. It also supports 100kW rapid-charging.

Citroën has previously committed to, from this year onwards, launch all new models with either plug-in hybrid or fully electric powertrain options. The French firm claims there will be an electrified version of every car and van it sells by 2025.

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The Citroën GS: glamour, gadgets and guilt .
For the latest classic car news, features, buyer’s guides and classifieds, sign up to the C&SC newsletter here For years after the GSA died in 1986, I felt guilty about my small involvement in the life and times of the Citroën GS. I never owned one, mind you, although I do regret not getting involved in the model’s heyday. Not quite so regretful now, of course, because without taking some very expensive precautions all I’d have today would be a great-looking pile of ferrous (or is that ferric?) oxide. No, my guilt has a different source. And it’s still here 50 years after the GS was launched. © Citroën Communication/DR The GS became a mainstay, with 1.

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