Shaped to Reinvent
New Citroën C4 harmoniously combines the smooth and refined lines of a hatchback with the generous space and strength of an SUV. This, along with the inclined roof line, gives it an aerodynamic profile that’s unique in its category. This sense of purpose is enhanced by large diameter wheels and a raised posture as if ready to pounce.
On board Citroën C4, you’ll experience supreme driving pleasure thanks to Suspension with Progressive Hydraulic Cushions®. This gives driving a real flying carpet effect as it smooths away minor road bumps and avoids any rebound effect on poor road surfaces. A Citroën innovation for a new experience in comfort.
For real peace of mind, Citroën C4 is equipped with up to 16 driver assistance technologies. They can be controlled from the steering wheel or from the car’s touchscreen tablet and has been developed to both improve driving safety and reinforce onboard comfort.
With a wheelbase of 2,665 mm, one of its longest in its category, Citroën C4 provides a generous passenger compartment, with rear passengers benefitting from impressive legroom. Thanks to its width, it accommodates three people in the rear without compromising on comfort.
Using a camera, the system detects the car in front and automatically maintains the safe distance chosen by the driver by applying the brake and the accelerator, until the vehicle comes to a complete stop. The vehicle can also move off without any action taken by the driver.
Using a transparent panel to display key display information within the driver’s field of vision, the Colour Head-Up Display helps the driver to keep their eyes on the road.
This emergency braking system reduces the risk of collisions. It works from speeds of 3 mph with fixed or moving objects and with pedestrians. If a risk of collision is detected, the system alerts the driver. If the driver does not react, the system brakes automatically.
This technology allows the driver to delegate some of the diving to the car itself. The system maintains the position of the vehicle in its lane and manages stopping and moving off again in relation to the car in front.
This system uses a camera which recognizes solid and broken lines on the road. If the line is approached without the indicators being activated, the steering will gradually counter-steer to keep the vehicle in its initial lane.
This monitoring system is very useful on roads with more than one lane, as it notifies the driver that there is a vehicle in the blind spots using an orange LED located in the corner of the door mirrors.