Citroen C4 Cactus
You either die weird, or live long enough to become mainstream.
The clever Citroen C4 Cactus gets a bit weirder at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, with the debut of the roofless, beach-ready Cactus M concept.
Citroen is making a Cactus convertible. It's called the Cactus M Concept, and we'll see it on Sept. 2, ahead of a Frankfurt Motor Show debut.
After months of stalking a white-and-brown Citroen C4 Cactus in metro Detroit, managing editor Steven Ewing finally gets behind the wheel. Here's the story.
Mercedes-Benz has taken a number of awards at the New York Auto Show this year, including the prestigious World Car of the Year award.
There are countless Car of the Year awards handed out each year, and naturally, Europe has its own way of doing things. Every year, a panel of jurists representing seven publications in seven different languages and seven different countries get together to name their joint Car of the Year. The panel released a list of 32 candidates back in July, and it has now whittled that list down to seven nominees.
It may not be everybody's prickly cup of tea, but Citroën has reportedly found enough buyers for its kinda strange-looking C4 Cactus that it has found it necessary to boost production at its assembly plant in Madrid, adding shifts on Saturday to help meet demand. With more markets, including Australia, slated to get the C4 Cactus soon, Spanish newspaper La Tribuna de Automocion reported (vi
Full disclosure: I love the Citroën C4 Cactus. Really, I just love French automakers. Kudos to them for flexing their design muscles, creating products that compete in the mass market while not looking like anything e
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Alongside the auto show debut of the new Citroën C4 Cactus, the French marque also rolled out this, the C4 Cactus Adventure Concept. Not surprisingly, the C4 doesn't belie itself as an off-road vehicle. With the Adventure Concept, Citroën is looking to change that.
We've already told you all about the Citroën C4 Cactus when the production version was unveiled early last month, discussing its ultra-low curb weight and fuel efficient line of powertrains. Now, we've scoped it out on the floor of the Geneva Motor Show.
This is the new Citroën C4 Cactus, and it's what you get when you combine the designs of a Land Rover Range Rover Evoque and a Jeep Cherokee with a hint of woodie wagon. This is a fascinating and thoughtful little package, even if you aren't attracted by its appearance.