Facelifted C3 Picasso brings subtle revisions to the front end
The engine line-up is expected to remain unchanged
eMyWay navigation system will be offered
The front passenger seat folds flat for greater flexibility
The rear seats split and fold 60:40
Rear parking sensors are offered in facelifted models
An under seat drawer adds to the C3 Picasso's family appeal
The new model features a revised front bumper, a new chevron grille treatment and LED daytime running lights. New body colours and interior trim options are offered as part of the mid-life revisions.
Citroën's eMyWay navigation system will be offered, which incorporates additional audio inputs and Bluetooth connectivity. The system integrates with the car’s optional rear parking camera.
No powertrain details have been announced, but it is expected to carry over the existing range of engines, which includes two petrol and two diesel units. Petrol engines will be mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, while diesels gain a sixth gear. Citroën's robotised manual EGS gearbox will be offered.
The new C3 Picasso is slated for a UK launch in early 2013.