“As customer aspirations have evolved, the expression of modernity and improvement is taking on a different form today, and the way we think about mobility is changing, so the C4 Grand SpaceTourer is now leaning,” the brand said in a statement.
In France, sales of minivans fell to almost zero in the first quarter, as SUVs won the lion’s share, accounting for 46% of new car registrations, competing with traditional sedans, which accounted for 47% of sales.
Production of C4 Grand SpaceTourer vehicles at the plant in Vigo, Spain, will stop in early July after current orders are delivered, Stellantis added in a press release.
Citroen, which keeps two models of electric minivans in its catalog, plans to focus on its C5 Aircross SUV and its large C5X sedan.
In 30 years, the brand has sold nearly 4.5 million minivans worldwide, powered by Evasion since 1994, C8 since 2002, and most importantly, Xsara and C4 Picasso after 1998, whose rounded silhouettes and family design have attracted customer interest.
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