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Citroen Technospace concept debuts in Geneva, new C4 Picasso arrives next month

 Citroen Technospace concept debuts in Geneva, new C4 Picasso arrives next month
2013 Citroen Technospace concept at 2013 Geneva Motor Show

With 537-liter boot capacity

Citroën is presenting in Geneva the Technospace concept which previews the next generation of the C4 Picasso.

We don't know how much of this bold design will be carried over to the new C4 Picasso but we'll find out soon as the model will be revealed sometime next month. The concept seen here in live photos from Geneva has a 2783mm wheelbase which is 55mm longer than the one of the current C4 Picasso so passengers have more room for their legs, especially the ones sitting on the rear seats.

The Technospace is 4430mm long, 1830mm wide and has a 1610mm height, making it 40mm shorter than the outgoing C4 Picasso. Citroën went for a more compact look by reducing the overhangs and they implemented split A-pillars to boost visibility.

The next-gen C4 Picasso will utilize the firm's Efficient Modular Platform 2 (EMP2) which should make it about 154 lbs (70 kg) lighter. Featuring more frugal engines, the car is expected to have CO2 emissions of just 98 g/km for the version fitted with the most efficient engine.

Source: Citroen

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unknownuser
It is a nice design. But the front is clearly inspired by the nissan juke and the back light stolen from the actual passat, touareg, golf... That's sad.
Mar 7, 2013 1:26 am
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j
not that beautiful but still very head-turning - very unique
Mar 6, 2013 4:29 pm
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SorryMyBadEnglish
I like it, it's something else. ***½
Mar 6, 2013 4:23 pm
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TomitaBogdan
in real life it looks even better than the computer 3D image...it really is awesome, and on a real sports car this would make all of the others cry in shame on how this design looks. too bad for the elimination of the "not moving" steering hub from before. they had absolutely no service problems whatsoever, and still are amazing to drive
Mar 6, 2013 3:25 pm
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Gile
I admire Citroen's design bravery, but I can't say I like this front...
Mar 6, 2013 2:52 pm
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