Citroën is unveiling the new C4 Cactus, its new compact hatchback. The car has been substantially upgraded, adopting the classic cues of the segment in terms of technology and engines while continuing to stand apart through its singular personality and comfort.
With its pure and monolithic lines, the C4 Cactus possesses a flowing and well-balanced design, both dynamic and reassuring and with no aggression or one-upmanship in its styling. The seamless continuity between the front end, sides and rear end gives an impression of harmony and refinement, enhancing the vehicle’s strong and distinctive styling. The monolithic body styling and flowing curves retain strong graphic components focused on functionality and fully in step with Citroën’s formal styling language.
It features a new, broader front end including new LED daytime running lights extending out from the chevrons and stretching across the entire width of the car, sharper headlamps underscored by gloss black inserts, and a bodycoloured bumper with side scoops for extra vitality. At the rear, the smooth and pure body-coloured tailgate is highlighted by new 3D-effect LED lights whose slim and chiselled form widens the vehicle while lending it a more contemporary air.
The C4 Cactus is the first model in Europe to be equipped with the suspension with Progressive Hydraulic Cushions, a Citroën innovation set for roll-out on future range vehicles. Drawing on its expertise and the know-how of its engineers, Citroën developed the new suspension system to improve the filtering quality typical of Citroën and so dear to its customers.