PARIS – Automobiles Citroen will launch a stretched sedan version of the Citroen C4 in China by the end of June, boosting anticipated worldwide annual volume of the car by 50,000 units, or 18%. The car, and a second launch targeted for late in the year, is expected to help Citroen continue to claw back market share in China. The wheelbase of the Chinese version of the C4, called C-Triomphe, is stretched 3.9 ins. (10 cm) to 106.7 ins. (271 cm), making the back seat more livable for those ...

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