Meet the 2014 Citroen Cactus C4 that has been realized in their latest concept model that’s almost production ready and thanks to a gallery of photos you can see something different and stylish. We have seen a number of brands like Range Rover aim for something more stylish as seen with the Evoque, so this upcoming car will be featured as a concept model with some flair during the 2013 Frankfurt motor show.
We have featured a number of photos on this page that were released by Citroen within the past 24 hours. These reveal the Citroen Cactus concept and a totally new direction for this brand, but one that consumers have already seen with other automakers. At the right price, we can see the 2014 Citroen C4 Cactus becoming a hit the moment it sees a release next summer.
It is worth mentioning that this concept car isn’t totally ready just yet, and we have heard that Citroen’s Cactus concept is about 90 percent ready at the time of writing. You can expect slight changes, but nothing major so what you see here is pretty close to what the 2014 Citroen C4 Cactus will look like when it goes into production.
If you agree that Citroen has lost its way over the last 5 to 10 years, do you think the 2014 Citroen C4 Cactus is the right direction to go in?
The Citroen C4 Cactus will be just the start of a whole new range of family cars that aim to be really stylish, so don’t expect everything to be bet on the 2014 Citroen C4. There will be a number of other cars in the range, although you can count on them being focused on simplicity as well as image.
Stand out features include designer inspired furniture, protective ‘Airbumps’, a 100% digital driver interface and 94+ mpg fuel economy from a hybrid Air drivetrain. The styling focuses on being aerodynamic and lightweight with a high tech look.
You can read about the full Citroen Cactus concept features and specs on the official UK website in a PDF file. Leave a comment below with your thoughts about the Citroen Cactus concept.
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