“We are very proud to announce the strategic partnership of Indomobil and Stellantis which will introduce and develop the Citroen brand in Indonesia, through Indomobil Wahana Trada,” said Andrew Nasuri, Head of Business Development of Indomobil Group during a press conference.
On the same occasion, Vincent Cobee, CEO of Citroen was also present. “I am happy to be a part of the launch of Citroen in Indonesia. We want to offer more choices that provide freedom of mobility to the people of Indonesia,” said Vincent.
On this occasion, it was also mentioned that Citroen will introduce three models at once, namely the Citroen C5 Aircross, the e-C4 electric car, and the New C3.
There is also the Citroen New C3, a compact SUV that is positioned as an entry-level SUV. Later he will compete with Nissan Magnite, Daihatsu Rocky and Toyota Raize.
Citroen will also bring an electric car, the Citroen e-C4 coupe SUV. Citroen e-C4 is built on the basis of the Common Modular Platform (CMP). This electric car has a crossover-style design and packs a 50 kWH battery that supplies power to the permanent magnet synchronous motor.
This five-passenger electric car has 136 hp and 260 Nm of torque which makes it capable of traveling at a top speed of 150 km/h. Once charged, it can cover a distance of 360 kilometers.
Meanwhile, the Citroen e-C4 takes 7 hours and 30 minutes to charge from 0-100 percent, using a 7.4 kW Type 2 AC charger. Meanwhile, with 100 kW DC CCS charging, it only takes 30 minutes to reach 80 percent.