8 Newest Citroen Cars Mixing Exquisite French Designs with the Latest Drivetrain TechnologiesJanuary 14, 2023
In 2021 PSA group offers plenty of brave designs across their brands, but if you are looking for the most unorthodox and futuristic models, look no further than Citroen. The Chevron-badged French brand combines its signature lighting pattern with wider selection of powertrains, including all-electric ones. In this video we will cover all of the latest introductions by the company that never fails to surprise.
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#1 2021 Citroën C4
Once a funky hatchback, the new generation of the C4 drops the silly Cactus moniker, graduates into a more reserved design, adds some ground clearance and consequently becomes the finalist of the 2021 world car of the year award.
#2 2021 Citroën Berlingo Rip Curl
The original Rip Curl concept debuted in 2018 on the basis of the Spacetourer. It was received with general enthusiasm, so this year, Citroen is turning the idea into a production-ready special edition of the Berlingo van.
#3 2021 Citroën Ami
With this electric urban 2-seater, Citroen plans to revolutionize the way we commute in the big cities. Without a doubt, the Ami is youth-oriented car: it has attractive and bright exterior styling, requires on driver’s license and can be operated by teenagers over 14 years of age.
#4 2021 Citroën C3 Aircross SUV Rip Curl
2021 Citroën C3 Aircross is getting brighter with Rip Curl involvement, boasting anodized Ochre paint for the headlight surrounds, wheel caps and door mirrors.
#5 Citroën ë-C4
Besides the aforementioned internal combustion version of the new C4, the PSA CMP platform allows to introduce the all-electric version of the model. With these zero-emission credentials, the futuristic-looking subcompact adds to its credentials a modern powertrain.
#6 2021 Citroën Ë-Berlingo Van
A close sibling of Peugeot Partner and Opel Combo debuts in early 2021 as an all-electric model, offering two lengths and two cabin options. The e-Berlingo seats 2 or 3 people, can transport up to 4.4 cubic meters of cargo, and is rated for a maximum payload of 800 kilo in the largest configuration.
#7 2021 Citroen C3
The current, 3rd generation of the C3 supermini has been on sale for over 4 years, so naturally, the brand decided to freshen it up. Launched between the 2020 and 2021 model years, the facelifted C3 draws inspiration from the CXperience concept, getting a new front end, LED headlights and some chrome work to underline the DRLs.
#8 2021 Citroën Ë-Jumpy
With the usual advantages of lower running costs, 0-maintenance, and silent operation, the e-Jumpy remains as practical as its ICE sibling, offering up to 6.6 cubic meters of useful volume, 1275 kilos of payload, three lengths and four versions.