The French brand is keeping things simple for its seven-seat wagon, which will be sold only in Exclusive specification, and only with a 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine with a six-speed automatic.
The diesel mill produces 110kW of power and 370Nm of torque, and offers an impressive claimed fuel consumption figure of just 4.5 litres per 100km, thanks in part to its standard stop-start system and a drop of more than 100kg compared with the existing Grand C4 Picasso.
The Grand C4 Picasso measures 4597mm long (about the same as a Toyota RAV4), is 1826mm wide and is 1644mm tall. It's built on a lengthy 2840mm wheelbase, which Citroen says allows plenty of interior space.
Specification levels are high, with a standard 360-degree camera, a self-parking system, blind spot monitoring, a 12.0-inch high definition infotainment screen and 7.0-inch touchscreen control unit.
Full specification details will be revealed in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for our review of the new Citroen Grand C4 Picasso later this month.