The C-Crosser, Citroën's new high-end SÚV, has a number of aces in its pack. It boasts attractive, prestige styling, a 5+2 seat configuration with easy-to-use modularity, all-wheel drive for real versatility in use, and a HDi diesel engine equipped with a particulate filter for class-leading performance and minimal environmental impact. Premiering at the Geneva Motor Show, the C-Crosser will be launched in Europe from summer 2007. Bearing all the design cues of the Citroën brand, its styling is a perfect blend of all-terrain muscle, sports-car vitality and luxury-saloon sophistication.
Designed without 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. On the road, Citroën's new SÚV 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. Citroën's new SÚV was designed for people looking for a highly versatile vehicle that fulfils their desires for freedom and well-being.
Instantly recognisable as a Citroën, 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 SÚV.Source - BMW