The heavily camouflaged four-door caught testing in France seems to have some tell-tale signs that it is a new C4 Picasso.
The small side windows behind the A-pillars, the side mirrors and the distinctly DS-looking wheels (despite the scooped car using a five-stud hub design and the DS4 being four-stud) all indicate it could be the next people mover from the French manufacturer.
We’ll have to wait for more shots to confirm our suspicions.
The current-generation seven-seater is currently $37,990, making it $7000 cheaper than the 2.2-litre 143kW/429Nm turbo-diesel version of the segment-leading Kia Grand Carnival.
Last month, the Citroen C4 Picasso received an update in Australia that saw power from the 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel engine increase from 100kW to 120kW and torque boosted from 270Nm to 340Nm.