Citroën is rolling out its SUV offensive at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, with the World Premiere of the NEW C3 AIRCROSS COMPACT SUV: a new-generation SUV with a personality all of its own, featuring the space and modularity of a people carrier, with an emphasis on comfort and connected technologies.
This colourful SUV stands out with its unique body design and fresh, forceful attitude. The vehicle will be presented with a number of different colour combinations and interior designs to illustrate its potential for personalisation. The passenger compartment was designed with Citroën’s unique expertise in terms of on-board space, modularity, and light coming in the cabin, so that it sets a new standard in its segment. New C3 Aircross comes with a high level of comfort and a selection of 12 modern driver assistance systems and four connectivity options, including Wireless Smartphone Charging. Equally at home in the city or out on the open road, New C3 Aircross promotes enjoyable driving with its SUV feel and Grip Control® with Hill Decent Assist. It represents a new standard in the world of the compact SUV in terms of comfort, technology and on-board features.
The Citroën Advanced Comfort® programme, focused on mental and physical well-being, informs the practical and generous personality of this new-generation compact SUV. Through its ingenious architecture, New C3 Aircross makes everyday life easier with absolutely no compromise in terms of comfort or functionality. The cabin offers broad and comfortable seats and class-leading spaciousness (class leading ceiling height and generous leg room), unrivalled modularity (sliding rear bench with independent seats, a fold-flat front passenger seat for a load length of 2.40m) and exceptional boot volume (410 litres, increasing to 520 litres). Well-being is also promoted by a light and airy cabin, thanks to the large opening panoramic glass sunroof. Fully in step with the times, New C3 Aircross features ingenious storage spaces, including a wireless smartphone charging area in the central console. It is also available with a complete range of driver assistance systems, such as a Head-up Display, Active Safety Brake, automatic high-beam headlights, speed limit recognition and recommendation, as well as useful technologies including Park Assist and Citroën Connect Nav.
Even though it's 'only' 2WD, we're still looking forward to getting our grubby bits on one - watch this space!