New Citroën C4 Cactus Makes a Sneaky But Blurry Appearance Before Its 2014 Debut
Dec 27, 2013 15:03
Citroën has officially initiated the countdown process to introduce the new C4 Cactus compact crossover on February 5, 2014. It is a long way more to go, but they've released a couple of images.
The new Cactus makes a blurry appearance, and it doesn't reveal much about the production model which will receive its world premiere at the next Geneva motor show in March.
For now, there's no press statements from the automaker, but officials have independently confirmed that the production C4 Cactus will keep true to the concept we saw earlier at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Check out the images below:
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