As expected, the Technospace will transition to production with its styling untouched, hanging onto the concept's split DRL and headlight design.
The Picasso's trademark corner window between the A-pillar and front door frame remains, as does the tapering roofline to a big tailgate.
These latest spy photos also offer a first look at the new model's cabin, revealing an uncluttered dash design with a sleek centre display arrangement and a second screen above the dash.
Details for the production model are still to be revealed, but its dimensions are unlikely to change. In concept form, the Technospace measures 4.43m longe and 1610mm tall.
That makes the Technospace slightly smaller than the current C4 Picasso, but also around 70kg lighter. Rear storage capacity is listed at 537 litres with all seats upright.
Watch for engine and launch details to surface in the coming months.