Following yesterday's leak, Citroen has officially unveiled the C4 Cactus.
Designed to "bring customers more of what really matters," the production model closely echoes the concept and features a distinctive front fascia with LED daytime running lights and headlights that are surrounded by "Airbumps" which can absorb low speed impacts from things like shopping carts. The model also has plastic body cladding, a panoramic glass roof and a distinctive C-pillar. Overall, the model measures 4.16m long, 1.73m wide and 1.48m tall with a wheelbase that spans 2.60m.
The stylish cabin comes nicely equipped with "sofa-style" seats, a digital instrument cluster and a standard infotainment system with a 7-inch display. There's also metallic accents, gloss black trim and leather straps that act as door handles.
Citroen was coy on technical specifications but confirmed the model weighs 965 kg (2127 lbs) which is 200 kg (441 lbs) less than the C4. The company also said there will be a petrol variant that has CO2 emissions of less than 100 g/km and a diesel variant that averages 3.1 L/100km (75.8 mpg US / 91.1 mpg UK) with CO2 emissions of 82 g/km.