This Is What the New Citroen C4 Picasso Looks Like
But while we agreed with the new car in concept, it looked really strange covered in all that camouflage, like it was some sort of Chinese budget car out to save you money. In fact, Citroen has gone in the complete opposite direction, making the C4 Picasso as strange and as quintessentially "French" as possible.
The Spanish magazine Highmotor have managed to spot a group of completely undisguised Picassos, and they show some truly unique features. For example, the headlights are split in two now, a top and a bottom, with the top being made up exclusively of LEDs. The look is somewhat similar to that of the Nissan Juke, thogh the C4 still has some daytime running lights at the bottom.
Another standout feature is taillight design. For the sake of fairness, we're not going to call this a complete rip-off, but the similarity to Audi's design is striking (think R8). Down the side, the car looks quite tall, the most interesting element being the A-pillars, which have are spit in two be a large piece of glass that gives more visibility at junctions. The C4 Picasso has always had this feature, but it's positively huge on the latest model.
The fact that more than one car was spotted without camo suggests they took part in a photo shooting under the Spanish sun. If
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