Earlier this month, Citroen announced its plans to have electrified versions for its entire lineup, starting with the C5 Aircross plug-in hybrid SUV. You can read our news story about it here. According to a new report, the upcoming C4 Cactus will be the second model to get the treatment with an all-electric variant. But is there a chance we could see the Europe-only crossover on Indian roads in the future? Linda Jackson, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Citroen, reiterated that every new model will either have a fully electric or a plug-in hybrid version starting next year. The CMP is a modular compact car platform made by PSA in conjunction with Chinese carmaker Dongfeng. It can accommodate petrol, diesel, hybrid, and all-electric powertrains. The recent Vauxhall Corsa e, Pugeot 208 and Citroen DS3 Crossback are all underpinned by the CMP. Jackson also said that the C5 sedan will see the light of day again. No timelines were disclosed, though she said that the sedan will be based on the CXperience concept unveiled in 2016. That’s exciting news for two reasons: the brand currently has no sedans in its lineup, and the CXperience concept looks brilliant. Unlike most other co...