at the Geneva Motor Show, the C-Crosser will be launched in Europe from
summer 2007. Bearing all the design cues of the CitroŽn brand, its
styling is a perfect blend of all-terrain muscle, sports-car vitality
and luxury-saloon sophistication.
compromise, the C-Crosser is at home on all kinds of terrain in all
kinds of weather, thanks to its all-wheel drive system. Featuring 5+2
seats, sliding and folding row-2 seats and a flat floor, the
C-Crosser’s modular cabin allows for manifold configurations.
the road, CitroŽn’s new SUV is extremely responsive and dynamic, with
an excellent trade-off between ride comfort and roadholding, while the
HDi diesel engine, fitted with a particulate filter (DPFS), minimizes
the vehicle’s environmental impact.
The C-Crosser is at
ease both on the open road and on wilder terrain, pleasant to travel in
both alone and with the family, and capacious enough inside for extra
friends or for transporting large objects. CitroŽn’s new SUV was
designed for people looking for a highly versatile vehicle that fulfils
their desires for freedom and well-being.
POWERFUL, ROBUST AND SOPHISTICATED STYLING
recognisable as a CitroŽn, the C-Crosser’s exterior styling adroitly
blends different genres that give it a sporty look, a go-anywhere
attitude, and a sophisticated demeanour in line with its high-end
positioning. This artful blend is also found inside the new SUV.
An original, expressive front end
the front, the C-Crosser features an original chevron composition that
brings the vehicle its own identity within the CitroŽn range and
expresses the SUV’s power and prestige looks.
of the bonnet conveys the vehicle’s solidity and showcases the chrome
chevrons that extend across the grille and intersect with the
assertive-looking headlamps. This emphasis on width, which underscores
the C-Crosser’s powerful air, is strengthened by a succession of
parallel lines and an air-intake grille that stretches right across the
The chrome strips on either side of the
number plate, the honeycomb-style air intake grille and the chrome fog
lamps bring a touch of elegance to the C-Crosser and confirm its
Dynamic profile and well-balanced proportions
its elegant proportions (4.64 m long, 1.81 m wide and 1.71 m high with
roof bars), rearward-flowing roof line, high waistline and curvaceous
wings, the C-Crosser’s profile exudes vitality and robustness.
SUV’s sporty looks are underscored by the shape of the headlamps, which
extend up the bonnet following the flow of the wheel arches, and by the
body line that rises at the quarter-light and thus confirms the dynamic
feel. The SUV’s powerful attitude is expressed in curvaceous wings that
sit atop special Michelin tyres designed for roadholding and
The C-Crosser’s top-end positioning is
signalled, on the Exclusive trim level (or country equivalent), by
tinted windows and chrome strips running along the waist line and the
lower body line.
The vehicle’s high-class appeal is also
expressed by (Exclusive trim-level) two-tone, diamond wheels, whose
proportions and design exude a sense of solidity and endurance, as do
the aluminium roof bars.