Spied: Did Citroen Just Pull a Nissan Juke-Styling Stunt on the New C4 Picasso?

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We've known for a while that Citroen is developing replacements for the five-seat C4 Picasso and the longer, seven-seater C4 Grand Picasso, and that both minivans will feature a new design.

Nevertheless, these scoop pictures of a convoy of C4 Picasso MPVs driving on the streets of the city of Vigo in Spain, and which come to use courtesy of the crew over at Highmotor, caught us completely off guard - not so much by the fact that the cars were completely undisguised as by what is visible…

There's a lot to talk about, but it is the front end design of the new C4 Picasso that instantly grabs your attention with its unusual split headlamp and turn signal clusters, the layout of which brings to mind the Nissan Juke.

Not that the rest of the car is ordinary, especially the glasshouse with the three separated window designs that look more like an afterthought – unless, that is, Citroen imitated Pablo Picasso's art…

We'll know more about the new C4 Picasso, and possibly the Grand Picasso, at next month's Geneva Auto Show.

Photo Credits: HighMotor via Automonthly


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