Citroën is finalising the commercial launch of the new ë-C4 X for the Spanish market.
In June 2022, Citroën unveiled the Citroën ë-C4 X, a new electric vehicle based on the ë-C4 but converting it into a four-door saloon with an SUV feel, a mix of segments that many other manufacturers are also adopting.
This new option will allow customers who find the interior size and boot of the ë-C4 to be smaller to opt for the new ë-C4 X, as its dimensions have been increased by 24 centimetres to 4.60 metres in length and it now has a boot with a more than acceptable capacity of 510 litres.
In terms of performance, Citroën has retained the same powertrain as the Citroën ë-C4, which in turn uses the same components as the other Stellantis brands, i.e. a 100 kW (136 bhp) electric motor and a 50 kWh battery with a capacity that allows a range of 360 km to be certified under the WLTP cycle.
For more technical details, please refer to the Citroën ë-C4 X technical specifications available on our website.
Price and available versions of the Citroën ë-C4 X for Spain
Citroën for the Spanish market, offers its customers three levels of finishes in the Citroën ë-C4 X being the most basic finish Feel whose starting price is 37,335 euros, this finish offers dual zone climate control, Advanced Comfort suspension and electric handbrake. The Feel Pack, priced at 38,445 euros, includes the same options as the entry-level model, plus Advanced Comfort seats and a reversing camera. Finally, the top-of-the-range Shine trim, priced at 40,035 euros, includes all the extras of the other two trims but also includes Head-Up Display, electrochromic rear-view mirror, heated leather steering wheel, 10-inch touchscreen, Safety Pack 2 and Drive Assist Pack and My Citroën Drive Plus services.
Please note that the above prices do not include the Moves III Plan.
On the mechanical side, as mentioned above, all trim levels remain the same.
On this occasion, Citroën has not taken the opportunity to fit the new Stellantis electric motor from the outset , which offers slightly more power, 115 kW (156 hp) and greater efficiency, which together with the new 54 kWh battery would have increased its range to around 400 kilometres.
This new powertrain is already being fitted in the new revisions of some of the Stellantis brand’s electric models such as the Peugeot e-208 among others.
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