The New Citroen C4 to Be Turned Into a Coupe-SUV

Citroen is preparing to launch the next generation C4, which will be presented to consumers in a new form factor. The new generation of the car will lose its hatchback body and will become a cross-coupe.

According to Citroen CEO Vincent Kobe, the updated C4 will be able to compete with the VW Golf and Ford Focus. In addition, the rejection of the conventional body will allow the company to attract new consumers. The new car will combine accessibility, versatility, comfort and will create a new design language of the French company.

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The C4 coupe-SUV will be based on the CMP/e-CMP. It will have petrol, diesel, hybrid and all-electric powertrains. Petrol versions will feature a 1.2-liter engine with a power output of 100-155 hp, and diesel versions — a 1.5-liter turbo engine with a capacity of 100-130 hp.

As for the all-electric version, it will be equipped with an electric motor with a power capacity of 136 hp and a 50-kWh battery, which will provide a 300-km drive range. The model will debut in June 2020.

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