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Cactus is less thirsty

Cactus is less thirsty

Citroën is meeting the eco challenge head on with its new C4 Cactus AIRFLOW 2L concept, which will be fully unveiled at the Paris Motor Show next month.

The car is packed with advanced technologies that allows it to deliver a fuel consumption of more than 141mpg.

Among the new features are a 20% improvement in aerodynamics, lower rolling resistance via tall and narrow tyres, lighter parts to reduce overall vehicle weight by 100kg and Hybrid Air technology, which cuts fuel consumption by 30%

The creation of the new C4 Cactus was undertaken as part of a programme set up by the Plateforme de la Filière Automobile industry group in France.

The objective is to reduce the impact of vehicle running costs on household expenditure and to reduce the eco-footprint of car travel.

With this new vehicle, Citroën says it has made a commitment to bring customers more of what really matters today: more design, more comfort and more useful technology, combined with an affordable cost of ownership.

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