We recently tested the Citroen C4 Picasso and as we said, we were rather impressed. The Citroen C4 Cactus is their latest addition to their fleet. The Cactus was designed to be an alternative to the traditional compact hatch, adapting to the needs and priorities of drivers today.
The C segment C4 stands out with unique styling and an array of customisation options, and with low running costs too, boasting a fuel consumption figure of 3.1l/100km.
The face matches its sibling, the C4 Picasso with the same LED daytime running lights and headlights. The Cactus will have a vast range of colours to choose from, from the body to the mirrors and rear quarter-panel.
The inside can be customized too, from the upholstery to a host of accents. The door handles are inspired by leather luggage straps and the lid of the Top-Box dashboard storage compartment has its own luggage-inspired design. The uniquely shaped large panoramic sunroof features a state-of-the-art coating, equivalent to category-4 sunglasses, to filter UV light and reflect heat.
Technology fitted as standard includes the fully digital Touch Drive interface features a 7-inch touchscreen to control all the main vehicle functions like the automatic air conditioning, media, navigation, driving aids (reversing camera, Park Assist, speed limiter/cruise control), telephone). It has a reversing camera, which displays the rear view and guide lines on the touchscreen, Hill Start Assist, and cruise control and speed limiter.
More information on the Citroen C4 Cactus will be unveiled soon.