The images come just days after Citroen released a video showcasing a number of new models from its range (bottom) that included a sneak peek at the second-generation C4 Picasso.
While not destined for Australia, the five-seat C4 Picasso MPV gives us an early look at the styling of the larger seven-seat Citroen Grand C4 Picasso people-mover, which, like the first-gen variant, is set to borrow heavily from the design of its smaller sibling.
Spy images of the Grand C4 Picasso (below) reveal a longer body and squarer rear section compared with the hatchback styling of the regular C4 Picasso.
The spied C4 Picasso production car appears almost identical to the Citroen Technospace concept that debuted at the Geneva motor show earlier this month.
The Picasso features a distinctive front-end with thin LED daytime running light strips integrated into an expansive double chevron grille, separate rectangular headlights, and a gaping hexagonal lower air intake.
Like the original from 2006, the new C4 Picasso has thin pillars and small windows at all four corners for enhanced visibility front and rear visibility.
An uncluttered cabin features a centrally positioned instrument cluster, while another large screen with touch-sensitive buttons dominates the centre of the dashboard.
The all-new Citroen C4 Picasso is set to launch in the second half of 2013, with the larger Grand C4 Picasso tipped to follow either late this year or in 2014.
Full details of the C4 Picasso will be revealed when the stylish MPV debuts officially in the coming months.
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