Petrol Engine Availability: VTi 120

Diesel Engine Availability: HDi 90

  • ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Emergency Braking Assistance (EBA)
  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with traction control
  • Automatic electronic parking brake
  • Driver’s and front passenger’s airbags with cut-off device
  • Front lateral and curtain airbags (including row 2)
  • High-frequency plip remote control central locking with deadlocks
  • Automatic door and boot locking (when vehicle in motion and in case of accidental unlocking)
  • Electronic child lock control and indicator
  • Panoramic windscreen (with sliding interior sun blinds)
  • Daytime-running LEDs
  • Twin optic headlamps
  • 16” ‘Viper’ alloy wheels (set of four)
  • Two-tone soft touch upper dashboard and white back-lit dashboard illumination
  • Front and rear electric windows with anti-pinch and one-touch operation
  • Height and tilt-adjustable driver’s seat
  • 3 separate full size rear seats with adjustable recline angle
  • Individual fold flat rear seats with retractable head restraints
  • Illuminated glovebox and central storage compartment
  • Cruise control with speed limiter
  • Engine start button
  • Gear Efficiency Indicator (GEI)
  • 7” Touch Drive interface (used to control all vehicle functions) – 7” full colour touch screen, 6 speakers, FM radio,  Aux-in jack, USB (in central storage cubby) and Bluetooth® with media streaming, Steering wheel controls
  • Anti-theft immobiliser
  • Variable assistance electric power steering
  • Electronic fuel filler flap release
  • 12 volt accessory power socket in central storage cubby and additional 12 volt sockets in row 2 and boot
  • Space saver steel spare wheel (with jack and toolkit)
  • iTPMS (Indirect Tyre Pressure Monitor System)


The new Citroën C4 Picasso’s modular “EMP2” platform is lighter and has a lower centre of gravity, two properties that significantly improve roadholding. These two qualities offer improved balance between unparalleled comfort, greater agility and more reactive roadholding.