Citroen C4 electric for the year 2020



Citroën has confirmed the arrival on the market of an electric variant of the Citroën C4 in 2020, which will accompany the traditional combustion variants of the French group.

In the last Paris Motor Show, Linda Jackson, CEO of Citroën, already included the compact of the C segment of the French manufacturer as one of his priorities for the coming years. The change of the Citroën C4 platform from the current EMP2 to the CMP opened the possibility of offering a fully electric version of the e-CMP variant of this platform.

While the rest of the PSA Group brands have presented several electric models that will be on the market in a short time, Citroën has remained silent during this time after being one of the pioneer of the brand in electrification, with the already veteran Citroën C-Zero and the electric version of the Berlingo .

For now, there are no confirmed technical specifications of this variant, although it could inherit those of other Group models already presented and that will also be based on the e-CMP platform.  Therefore, it could have an electric motor of 100 kW (134 HP) of power and a 50 kWh battery, the same components that will mount the Opel Corsa-e, the Peugeot e-208 or the DS3 e-Tense.

The rivals that this new Citroën C4 will face either are already on the market, as is the case with the Nissan Leaf or the Hyundai Ioniq.



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