The CitroÃ«n C4 is a small family car produced by the French manufacturer CitroÃ«n since fall 2004.
The C4 was designed to be the successor to the CitroÃ«n Xsara. 3-door and 5-door hatchbacks are the available body styles, with gasoline or diesel engines. The motoring press has deemed it a return to the more bold and unconventional design approach CitroÃ«n was famed for in previous years, approximately before 1990 when CitroÃ«n designs became much more conservative (ZX, Saxo). The distinctive exterior styling of the C4 was designed by Donato Coco.
A major selling-point of the car is its extensive technology. For example, the car features the "Lane Departure Warning System", which alerts the driver if he or she crosses a road marking without using the turn signals, ESP (Electronic Stability Program), and a fixed steering wheel hub which lets the driver operate several functions of the car without removing his or her hands from the wheel.
A C4 model had already been produced by CitroÃ«n in 1928.
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