Monday, 6 September 2010

Photo Gallery: 2011 Citroën C4 Picasso facelift

Citroën has revealed the first photos of the revised C4 Picasso facelift.

The facelift is minor and consists of LED day-time running lights, new Citroën badge and white lenses for the indicator lights. At the rear, the rear light clusters now have a smoked outline.

Mechanically, Citroën has launched its e-HDi technology which features Stop/Start and a regenerative alternator. At the same time, Citroën is introducing an engine stop-start system to models with the 1.6 HDi engine and a manual gearbox. Citroën says this can result in a 15% cut in CO2 emissions and fuel consumption in town.

When transformed into figures, that means combined fuel economy is now 58.9mpg and emissions of 125g/km, compared with the 53.3mpg and 140g/km of the previous model.

At the moment, Citroën is confirming exact details for the French market. However, Citroën will announce UK spec cars next week.

Both the Grand C4 Picasso and C4 Picasso will premier at the Paris motor show.

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