Pricing, following deduction of the government's £3,000 Plug-in Car Grant) sits in the £29,000 to £31,500 brcaket and there are three trim levels - 'Sense Plus', 'Shine' and 'Shine Plus'. This usefully undercuts segment rivals like the BMW i3 and even upper-spec versions of cars like the Kia e-Niro, the Hyundai Kona Electric and the Peugeot e-2008. To take on these competitors, this e-C4 needs to be well equipped. Fortunately, it is. You get an exclusive 18-inch 'Crosslite' alloy wheel design. And inside, there's the brand's Advanced Comfort seats, which offer extra support and include optional heating and massaging systems. A range of interior 'ambiance' packages can be specified to make the cabin feel really personal, including 'Metropolitan Blue' and 'Hype Red'.
The freshly designed 10-inch digital dashboard and instrument binnacle comes with all e-C4s, as does wireless 'phone charging and 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring connectivity. A superb sound system can be specified too, with Arkamys digital sound processing and 8 speakers. A nice optional touch you might well want to consider is a full-HD camera built into the rear view mirror which can take photos or video stored on a 16GB memory card. Safety-wise, there's no fewer than 20 different driver assistance features, including Highway Driving Assist and a 'level 2' semi-autonomous drive system incorporating Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keeping Assist.