The New Citroën Grand C4 Picasso has been put through its paces at Arsenal Football Club’s Training Ground by Premier League aces Olivier Giroud, Per Mertesacker, Santi Cazorla and Wojciech SzczÄ™sny. In the light-hearted promotional film, the players test a selection of the features of Grand C4 Picasso.

Created to mark the launch of Citroën’s new-generation compact 7-seater, the film sees the Arsenal players put the new MPV through a series of football-themed challenges to demonstrate the class-leading space, comfort and technology on offer. Their alternative take on a car review sees the Arsenal stars capitalising on each of their technical strengths such as a spot of free kick and goalie practise to test the wide door and boot openings, followed by some post-training relaxation on the massaging seats.

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In a high-stakes demonstration of the New Grand C4 Picasso’s Park Assist feature, Per and Olivier showcase the assisted parallel parking technology between a Ferrari 430 and Maserati GranTurismo, whilst Santi and Wojciech look on in amazement.

The tongue-in-cheek film shows that even Arsenal footballers are not immune to the charm of this new family-friendly car, as well as highlighting some of the features a Premier League player might look for when choosing their own family car.

The New Citroën Grand C4 Picasso has only been on sale in the UK since the start of the year, but has already been named TopGear Magazine’s Family Car of the Year, What Car?’s MPV of the Year and is one of the seven finalists for Car of the Year. Available from £19,200, the New Grand C4 Picasso is a practical, versatile and elegant offering for the 7-seat compact MPV segmen