The new Citroen e-C4 X electric car combines the exquisite silhouette of a fastback, the futuristic design of an SUV, and the classic sophistication and spaciousness of a four-door. It provides a compelling alternative to traditional hatchback and SUV models in the mid-range sector. Citroen is finally releasing pricing information. The new Citroen e-C4 X starts at € 40,840.
The audacious 2023 Citroen e-C4 X electric car is cutting-edge in every way. It, for example, comes with the most recent iteration of infotainment, MyCitroen Drive Plus. It provides the customer with a broad set of connections and related services. The transmission is also progressive. Citroen exclusively sells the fully electric e-C4 X in various European countries with developed electrified car markets. The Citroen e-C4 X electric car is appropriate for most journeys, thanks to its 100 kW (136 hp) electric motor, WLTP range of up to 360 km, and luggage space of no less than 510 liters.
The Citroen e-C4 X electric car has three trim levels: Feel, Feel Pack, and Shine. The Feel comes standard with three driving modes, a digital instrument panel, 18-inch alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, automatic air conditioning with an active carbon filter, an extensive infotainment system with a 10-inch touchscreen and Apple CarplayTM, and a very comfortable chassis with Citroen Progressive Hydraulic Cushions. Standard safety features include an Active Lane Departure Warning System, an Active Safety Brake with pedestrian detection, and traffic sign recognition.
The Feel Pack adds a luxurious finish and various comfort features, such as a reversing camera and Citroen Advanced Comfort Seats, for 41,600 euros. The Shine trim level costs 44,690 euros and includes an Active Safety Brake with night function, Keyless Entry & Start, Head-up display, steering wheel heating, and premium leather. My Citroen Drive Plus is also included, with TomTom navigation and control via a 10-inch HD touchscreen.
Citroen manufactures the new e-C4 X electric car in Europe at the Stellantis Villaverde plant in Madrid, Spain.
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