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Offering a different vision for the compact SUV

08 February 2017

Citroën reveals its C-Aircross concept ahead of the Geneva Motor Show, inspired by the new C3 it offers a new vision of the compact SUV.

Citroën C-Aircross Concept (Credit: Citroën)

The Citroën C-Aircross Concept’s identity is inspired by New C3, although adapted for a new sector of the market:

• Design – The C-Aircross Concept marks its difference in the world of the SUV thanks to its strong, original and fresh design. Assertive in its appearance, the C-Aircross Concept boasts a balance between protection and the fluidity of its lines. The exterior immediately gives an impression of space on-board. Inside, the use of colour and specially chosen materials creates a modern and relaxed atmosphere, with an overall impression of minimalist style.

• Comfort– A modern SUV, the front doors – and the rear-hinged doors at the back – open to reveal a spacious cabin, ensuring complete peace-of-mind for all occupants. The concept offers wide, quilt-effect seats and plenty of light from its large windows and panoramic sunroof. Thanks to the Citroën Advanced Comfort program, the concept’s technologies serve to enhance ease-of-use. For example: a colour head-up display, a single spoke steering wheel with intuitive controls, rear facing cameras and wireless induction charging for smartphones.

Citroën C-Aircross Concept (Credit: Citroën)

"The C-Aircross Concept demonstrates Citroën's pursuit of its international product offensive. Based on the state-of-mind of New C3, it illustrates a different vision for the compact SUV segment, full of confidence and boldness. This concept also embodies the ambitions of the Citroën Advanced Comfort program, making its interior space a source of well-being." Linda Jackson, Citroën  CEO

Its World Premiere set for the Geneva Motor Show on 7 March.


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