Citroen sells a full line of subcompact, four-door compacts, sedans and minivan vehicles all under the Citroen make. The French car company exports cars to and manufactures them in many countries around the world but does not sell vehicles in the United States, as of 2015. Some current Citroen vehicles include the C-Zero, C1, Grand C4 Picasso and CS Saloon models.
The C-Zero is subcompact four-door all electric car. It has a top speed of 80 miles per hour with a 93-mile change on each charge. The C-Zero incorporates a powered by a 14.5-kilowatt battery that runs the motor, air conditioner and heater.
The compact C-1 is designed for city drivers working in tight spaces and congested traffic. It is small but equipped with modern high-tech features such as an on-board computer and media center with a 7-inch touch display, keyless entry and starting, backup camera and hill start assist. The C-1 is available with a panoramic glass roof or in a convertible top.
The Grand C4 Picasso minivan seats seven passengers with a panoramic windscreen, and buyers can enjoy an optional glass roof ensuring excellent touring visibility for every passenger. The interior is modular by design with collapsible third-row seating to increase cargo space.
Citroen's CS Saloon car is a luxury sedan designed to enhance the driver experience, including a satellite navigation system, parking assist sensors and the eTouch system, which allows drivers to call for local 911 assistance, access a virtual maintenance manual and access the Eco Driving service.