Citroen is preparing a more elegant search for its next-generation C4 family hatchback, after the company's manager assured the French brand name would never build a conservative car again. The current C4 has actually been improperly received in numerous markets, consisting of the UK, and criticised for its dull styling that's a world away from Citroen's reputation for avantgarde design. The company's employer, Brit Linda Jackson, has mentioned that the company's future productions need to be "in between different and strange". The new car-- due on sale in 2018-- will take considerable style hints from the C4 Cactus and recently released C3.
Citroen's upcoming rival to the Peugeot 3008, the attractive C5 Aircross, has made its public debut at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show. With styling motivated by the Aircross idea exposed at the same show in 2015, it rests on the PSA Group's EMP2 platform, which is shared with sis cars the Peugeot 3008 and the DS 7 Crossback, plus Vauxhall's Grandland X. What's more, it features plug-in hybrid technology. This elegant and well-appointed household car will feature an innovative suspension setup created to smooth out bumps in the road when it goes on sale in 2018.