Citroen's new C4 Picasso small people-mover has been spied testing ahead of its European debut in the coming months.
The close-to-finished look of the test car, visibly outlined underneath the anti-spy wrap, suggests the new Picasso will debut soon - perhaps at the Paris Motor Show at the end of September.
It is clear from these shots that the styling of the new C4 Picasso will be similar to others in the brand's new line-up - soft curves predominating and a unique lighting design.
The trademark corner window between the A-pillar and front door frame is clearly visible, as is the tapering roofline to a big tailgate, identifying the car as a Picasso.
Engines are almost certain to carry over from the C4 hatch, ranging from an 81kW diesel through to a 115kW petrol.
The car in these photos is the standard European-market C4 Picasso, which seats beneath the larger Grand Picasso - sold in Australia simply as the C4 Picasso.
We're not likely to see this smaller model in Australia, but a brand-new Grand Picasso is likely not far away.
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