On the marque: Citroën defies convention with distinctive crossover

The new-look C4 is notably well equipped in all its iterations and also has a likeable and well-performing electric version

10th October, 2021
On the marque: Citroën defies convention with distinctive crossover
The new Citroën C4’s elevated appearance and daring design help it stand out from the crowd. Picture: Citroën

It’s a C4 like you’ve never seen before and not just because it can be powered by electricity.

Citroën’s latest model has been reinvented for its third iteration as a distinctive looking crossover, eschewing the conventional and understated appearance of the first two generations.

In reality it is still a five-door C-segment hatchback competing in the same price bracket as other stalwarts of the sector such as...

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