It looks like we're not going to have to wait to see what the production model will look like since this has been spied fully undisguised. So, this is it. What do you think?
From the front, it looks like the recent Citroen concepts while the rear shows 3D taillights similar to what the DS brand uses for the 5LS sedan and 6WR crossover. Once again, we can't help comparing this 4.6-meter sedan to the VW Jetta, due to the simplicity o the design.
We also have one photo of the interior, where some beautiful bolstered leather seats are joined by striking instruments and an automatic gearbox.
For now, very little is officially known about the car, but speculation suggests Citroen developed the C-Quatre with their partners at Dongfeng, keeping Chinese demands like legroom in mind.
We're hoping that the rumors this car will replace the regular C4 hatchback in Europe are right. The model we get to buy is too expensive for the badge it carries and cannot compete well enough with its German rivals.
The C-Quatre will be revealed in September at the Chengdu Motor Show. We expect to see a combination of simple naturally aspirated engines and the latest 1.2 THP turbo to find their way under the bonnet.