The second generation of Citroen C3 Aircross is in full development, after a mid-cycle update in 2021. Now the new model will replace the current offer, but before it arrives there is spy images of the prototype in northern Sweden, with a look very different to the version you can get.
This test mule seems larger than the current model. It will presumably be mounted on the platform Stellantis CMP, which was presented in 2019 and is found in several company models such as the Peugeot 2008.
He camouflage and lining they hide crossover styling. This lining runs along the front and rear fascias, distorting their shape, but still revealing the split radiator openings. You can also notice that you are using the daytime running lights near the hood line. Some silvers of red peek through the rear camouflage, exposing a portion of the taillights.
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The vehicle has a more chiseled design with pronounced fenders protected by a plastic coating. The next-generation C3 Aircross should look like an SUV and less like a small MPV.
The larger size will be used for greater passenger comfort and more cargo in the cabin, which will have to be thoroughly modernized, above all, with screens and lots of technology.
While it’s too early to tell which engines it will offer, Stellantis’s intentions to become an EV maker in Europe are a sign that gasoline hybrid blocks will be in the lineup, as well as a 100% electric version.
The new Citroen C3 Aircross is supposed to go on sale by 2024, so the debut should happen this year. The large number of camouflage on this prototype indicates that there are still a few months to go to the presentation.
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