Power and Speed
|136 HP (99 kW)|
Number of Engines
|Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor|
Battery and Charge
|350 km (217 miles)|
DC Charge Rate
AC Charge Rate
DC Charge Time
AC Charge Time
Year of Production
About Citroen e-C4
Citroen E-C4 is a family electric SUV unveiled for the European market in 2020. It has 136 horsepower and a 50-kWh battery pack offering 350 kilometers of range in the WLTP cycle. E-C4 supports rapid DC charging at 100 kW rate, can reach 0 to 80 percent charge in 30 minutes.
Although E-C4 is a fully electric vehicle, the platform it is being built is not. Petrol and diesel options of the same car also use the same underpinnings, because of that E-C4 can’t give you the futuristic battery electric car vibe, like Tesla Model Y. But it has a proper modern design and very comfortable suspension, driving around with E-C4 is a joy, lack of petrol/diesel engine noise is also a very big plus.
E-C4 starts at around €35,000. It is being manufactured in Spain and it will be available in the most of Europe before the end of this year. There are three trim levels for the car: E-C4 Sense Plus, E-C4 Shine, and E-C4 Shine Plus.
Citroen E-C4 comes with a front-wheel drive single electric motor that produces 136 HP, 260 Nm torque. Top speed is 150 km per hour, and it can reach 0 to 100 km/h in 9.7 seconds. It’s a mediocre acceleration performance, but steering is very light and driving feels very comfortable.
Design and Features
Citroen made dramatic changes to C4’s design, and E-C4 is the first electric version to enjoy new exterior. Front of the vehicle looks very radical, headlights are uniquely shaped, fog lights are very big. Grille is not closed like other EVs. Roof line sloped very sharply over the back, gives the car a coupe-like profile.
Electric version of the Citroen C4 almost looks exactly like the combustion engine version. French carmaker follows the trails of the Audi by making ordinary looking electric vehicles.
Suspension and steering are so comfortable that you will feel like riding in a luxurious vehicle with the E-C4.
There is a wireless charging pad under the infotainment display. There are USB ports (USB A, USB-C) both in the front and back. There is also a tablet mount for the front passenger, probably the first of its kind in a vehicle. This tablet computer mount allows passenger to enjoy any digital content he/she want to consume while enjoying the comfortable ride.
Range and Charging
Citroen uses a 50-kWh battery pack in the E-C4, that gives the car a range of 350 kilometers in the WLTP cycle. Rapid charging supported. With the 100 kW DC plugs it can be topped up from %0 to %80 in approximately 30 minutes. 11 kW AC charging, on the other hand, will fully charge the battery in 7.5 hours.