2019 Citroen C4 Cactus ready for launch. The Citroen Grand Cactus will enter production in 2019. The C4 Cactus brings a few interesting design cues and new technology for the C4 collection. Citroen is planning a more stylish look for its next-generation C4 family hatchback, after the company’s boss promised the French brand would never build a conservative car again.
2019 Citroen C4 Cactus Exterior and Interior Design
The current C4 has been poorly received in many markets, and criticised for its dull styling that’s a world away from Citroen’s reputation for avantgarde design. Therefore, 2019 Citroen C4 Cactus is going to get quite a few visual updates over it. The entire body kit will be revamped with a more aggressive styling. Exclusive images show next Citroen C4’s dramatic look, incorporating latest family face and Airbump tech. The chunky M concept has no roof or B-pillars, leaving it completely open to the outside world, while a wood laminated windscreen frame and boot arch are reminiscent of customised surfboards says the company. The slim headlights are joined by a grille bar incorporating Citroen’s famous chevron badge and below it sits a deeper grille flanked by a pair of fog lights.
The C4 Cactus’s cabin has gone with an instead brilliant orange accenting. It’s a concept car and many of the design features would be impractical to have on a production model. The seating are done inside a Mica Grey fabric as standard, or a dark part natural leather furniture can also be accessible. We expect the cylindrical centre console replaced with a design that’s more inline with the current Cactus. There will be an infotainment system similar to the C3’s, allowing functions to be controlled via the touchscreen. Additionally, there are back end parking sensors, a rear car parking digital camera, and a 6 speaker sound system.
2019 Citroen C4 Cactus Release Date and Price
This arrival price will probably be going to go somewhere between $46.000 and $50.000. The C4 Cactus facelift is going on sale in Europe all over the primary quarter of 2019, and can arrive other market in late 2019.
2019 Citroen C4 Cactus Powertrain and Performance
Citroen C4 Cactus is a car aimed at urban buyers, and as such it’s no surprise that there are two downsized turbocharged engines to choose from. It’s likely will be a series of 1.2 litre petrol triples topping out in a heady 109 bhp. Furthermore, will be a new 1.5 litre BlueHDi diesel that will allow the C4 to emit less than 90g/km of CO2. A four wheel drive option is likely to be offered, but we expect two wheel drive models to be fitted with the same Grip Control system. Carmaker will also give Citroen the potential to make a plug-in hybrid C4, but it’s said that the firm is unlikely to take up this option on grounds of cost 2019 Citroen C4 Cactus productions.