sgCarMart – When the first generation Grand C4 Picasso was launched in 2006, the car garnered a little less of an interest with the potential MPV buyers, no thanks to its awkward and rather dated styling. The fact that it was based on the PF2 platform then didn't help much with the MPV's space and driveability too.
Seven years later, the French marque decided it was time to replace that platform with the PSA EMP2 platform, which merged the PF2 and PF3 platforms into one new modular system.
Not only is it considerably lighter, this said EMP2 platform is a highly adaptable architecture for a whole series of models that are small and large. Think of it as the equivalent of the MQB strategy at the Volkswagen Group.
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