Our item yesterday on the demise of the Citroen C4 made me consider blandness yet again.
Here’s the car. Despite its many small styling features there’s nothing to focus on. Unlike the Alfa Romeo 164 it suggests nothing more than what is there. Like the Tagora, the car has undynamic proportions, a generic contemporary design which offends no-one except to the extent one considers it a waste of resources.
Citroen didn’t offer an estate version or a 3-door.
In contrast to the Tagora, I don’t know where to begin to remediate the C4 but I suppose I’d start with proportions and detailing.