C4 Cactus goes back to its roots
Citroën’s new model is more than a quirky design, writes Dave Humphreys
When it comes to design, flair and innovation, few marques in the car world can rival Citroën’s rich history. Nonetheless, like many European car brands, the 1980s and 1990s were something of a fallow time for it in terms of design and subsequently for reputations.
More recently, Citroën has rediscovered its mojo. The French company’s latest resurgence dates back to the launch of the original C4 Cactus, which caught the public’s...
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