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Citroen's C4 Cactus, which made its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last month, is a unique car that is unlike anything seen before.
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Citroen Cactus 'a unique car'

Citroen Cactus 'a unique car'

Citroen has set a new standard in the motoring industry with its awesome C4 Cactus, a car that is as unique as they come.

The company describes it as delivering a pure and functional space; equipped with intuitive technologies; exuding an ingenious design; and having a unique connected driving interface.

Reviewing the Cactus last month, Top Gear presenter and car expert Richard Hammond said that it was "a hurricane of fresh air because there isn't anything quite like it".

"Cop a look at the photos and see the bumps along the side," he wrote in an article for the Mirror.

"Citroen calls them Airbumps but they’re really bubble wrap for cars ... It’s [also] very simple inside, with barely any dashboard at all. The designer, Brit Mark Lloyd, says he and his team did everything to make the car easy to operate and spacious."

The Cactus represents one of Citroen's most environmentally-friendly cars. It is equipped with an "uber-efficient" engine that is already compliant with future Euro 6 standards.

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