Citroen Technospace Concept Shows Off What C4 Picasso Would Look Like
Mar 07, 2013 16:03
This is the Citroen Technospace Concept, and it's made its premiere at Geneva. The study previews what the next generation C4 Picasso will entail. Measuring at 4.43 meters in length and 1.61 meters tall, the car is built on a new modular platform called EMP2, designed to underpin a variety of models of varying sizes.
Expect the production version of this concept, the C4 Picasso, to go on sale in Europe by the end of the year.
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