Citroën has unveiled the C4 L and C-Elysée, ahead of their launch later this year.
First up, the C-Elysée is a mid-size sedan that features a prominent grille and distinctive taillights. It measures 4.43m long, 1.7m wide and 1.47m tall with a wheelbase that spans 2.65m.
Interior pictures were not released, but Citroën says the model can be equipped with air conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity, a rear-view camera and GPS navigation.
Under the hood, three different engines are available: a VTi 72, a VTi 115 and a HDi 92.
On the other hand, the C4 L is an extended-length version of the standard model. It is approximately 10 cm longer than the C4 and has "supremely comfortable rear seats" that can be tilted up to 29°.
The car also benefits from additional sound deadening material, a retuned suspension and an air quality management system. Other goodies include automatic headlights, a heated windscreen, a rear-view camera and GPS navigation.
Two different engines are available: a 1.8-liter VTi 135 with 136 hp (101 kW / 138 PS) and a THP engine that produces 150 hp (112 kW / 152 PS) to 170 hp (127 kW / 172 hp).