Citroen C4 Cactus Crossover Sneak Peek [w/Video]

New bits and pieces of information about the upcoming production version of the  Frankfurt Motor Show Cactus Concept, the C4 Cactus, keep surfacing online.

After learning about the automaker’s decision to keep the study’s innovative protective body air capsules and classic sofa-style front seating, a report from France’s TF1 that aired earlier this month provides new material on the car.

The French journalist who drove the concept and visited Citroen’s headquarters to see what the brand’s designers are up to, lifted the skirt on a near production model (notice the regular door handles) while also sharing a rendering of the car’s dashboard.

He also mentioned that Citroen will reveal the final production C4 Cactus in February. The world premiere will take place at the Geneva Motor Show in March with European sales of the compact crossover model to start in the summer of the same year.

Story References: TF1 via Worldcarfans




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