At PSA, the visitor is made to travel in a more or less remote future, taking care to respect the territory now assigned to each of the brands. Citroën is projected tomorrow with the C-Aircross concept that continues the stylistic theme of the latest achievements of the brand. Smooth and refreshing surfaces seduce but SUV attributes blur the tracks: the series version, which succeeds the C3 Picasso, will be less original.
As a result of a technical agreement with Opel, it will share its platform and most of its technical characteristics with the German model Crossland X. In its logic of privileging comfort, the C-Aircross declines a new evolution of the Advanced Comfort program.
Like any good concept, C-Aircross offers a few “follies” that should not be found on the final model. Such as suicide type rear doors or side cameras replacing conventional rear-view mirrors, for example. Several characteristics could, however, be found on the final model.
Like LED lighting inlaid with the roof bars or the original “shutters” integrated in the rear quarter panel to discreetly filter the light. Same, who knows, the original flying monobranche. Answer within a few months