The C4 X is 4.60 m long.

It's just 8 cm less than the Peugeot 408. Yes, but if the 408 shares its EMP2 platform with the Citroën C5 X, the C4 X uses the same underside as the "just plain" C4, namely the flat -CMP form.

For the rest, we leave you alone judges of its aesthetics which, it seems to us, should be more unanimous than that a little too elaborate (Japanese?) of the C4.

Inside, Citroën emphasizes the spaciousness of the rear seats, which would comfortably accommodate 3 adults thanks to knee space (presented as the best in its category) and particularly generous elbow width.

Ditto for the trunk, capable of swallowing 510 liters of luggage.

Comfort is all the more significant as the C4 X has opted for Advanced Comfort seats and progressive double hydraulic stops that can be compared to shock absorbers in the shock absorber.

Citroën has also paid particular attention to storage in the passenger compartment.

Sixteen in number, they represent a storage volume of 39 litres.

Good news: while in many markets (Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, Nordic markets, Portugal and the United Kingdom), the C4 X will be exclusively offered in an electric version ë-C4 X, France will be entitled to a full range, with the addition of PureTech 100 petrol engines (6-speed manual gearbox) and PureTech 130 (EAT8 automatic gearbox), as well as the BlueHDi 130 diesel (EAT8 automatic gearbox).

The ë-C4 is equipped with a 50 kWh battery allowing a range of 360 km.

The 136 hp – 260 Nm engine allows 0 to 100 km/h in 9.5 s and a maximum speed of 150 km/h.


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