The Citroën C4 Cactus is a truly remarkable car and one that has taken being unique to a new level. No corners have been cut on the swish yet practical and innovative design, with the Cactus even showcasing world-first technology. This is a car that is boldly paving the way for the future of the automotive industry, and have already won awards including the BBC Top Gear Magazine's Hatchback of the year 2014.
The C4 Cactus is designed to emphasise taking the stress out of driving by being simple to use and cheap to run. The Cactus stands out from its competitors in the compact hatchback category for a number of reasons including its striking looks. The C4 Cactus has a tactical and minimalist design which creates a sleek and stylish interior. The new design also boasts great interior space including a long and wide boot making it ideal for weekday work or weekend adventures. The Spacious, welcoming and clutter free C4 Cactus is great for all the family with legroom for everyone in the back and the big sofa-style seats in the front.
The C4 Cactus is currently the only car on the global exclusive of the market with the new Airbump® technology designed to protect the car from the minor bumps and scrapes from everyday life, while adding a quirky and eye-catching design making the C4 Cactus stick out from the crowd. Made from Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) the clever Airbump® panels help to absorb impact when touched and prevent those annoying scratches.
Teaming up with Ripcurl, Citroën have created a limited edition C4 Cactus. The funky cactus styling is present with the Airbump panels, but its unique design is increased by small panels of the Ripcurl pattern and splashes of vibrant orange throughout the interior. A stand out feature in the C4 Cactus Ripcurl is the grip control function, with modes such as standard, snow, sand and off road, a setting to suit every adventure.
Test drives by What car? and the Telegraph have quoted real world test drive miles per gallon at between 50 and 70 mpg depending on the specification chosen. The C4 Cactus has low C02 emissions and therefore has a relatively low road tax. Overall the running coats of the C4 Cactus are almost 20% lower than the benchmark vehicles in its category.
if you are curious about how the Airbump technology works or would like more details about the C4 Cactus, contact our teams at Citroën Blackpool & Morecambe.