After the presentation of the C4 Picasso, we will soon see, for the first time, the 7-seater version called the Grand C4 Picasso, but for now we are happy to see a few pictures taken near Pontevedra, Spain, in which we see the main differences between the two models, besides the number of seats.
While it uses the same EMP2 platform, to accommodate seven people, the Grand C4 Picasso is obviously longer, reaching approximately 4.6 meters, and will also have a bigger boot, possibly reaching 600 liters when the last two seats are folded and 200 liters with them raised.
There are few changes to the exterior. The front of the Grand C4 Picasso suffered a few changes, especially in the lower area of the bumper. At the rear, the most significant change were the tail lights that now have a completely different shape in comparison with the shorter C4 Picasso.
The interior looks pretty much the same as its little brother, with no visible changes in the instrument panel and center console. The engine lineup is expected to be the same as that offered in the Grand C4 Picasso, with a hybrid version, and several petrol and diesel engines, with a power output varying between 92PS and 200PS.