The Citroën C3 Aircross changes completely: you will be surprised

The Citroën C3 Aircross It has been a key model in the French firm. It is currently one of the most registered models of Citroën all over the world. And also one of the best sellers in Spain.

A success that Citroën He wants to keep in the offensive that he has launched to consolidate himself with one of the references in Europa. And he intends to achieve it with the future generation of C3 Aircross. A model that will not be like the one we know today.

Spotted in India the future Citroën C3 Aircross

Some images taken in India have recently appeared showing the new Citroën C3 Aircross. And in them you can see that the future version will grow in size to be in the C-SUV segment.

If he Citroën C3 Aircross will go up a step to compete in the crowded segment C. It will grow from the current 4.16 meters to the 4.40 meters in length. It will be located immediately below the C5 Aircross. It will do so from the year 2024, the year in which its coming-out is scheduled, and in 2025When will it arrive at dealerships?

This new Citroën C3 Aircross It has been developed in the country where it has been sighted, India, and will have several versions depending on the territory where it will be sold. The one from India will be similar to the one that will be marketed in South America. while to Europa there will be a specific version for West.

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A new Citroën C3 Aircross that will land in our dealerships with several mechanical versions. At least there will be a motor 1.2 liter PureTech gasoline. And also a 100% electric powered by a battery of 50 kWh lithium ion.

Finally, underline that the version that will be sold in Europa will be manufactured in Trnava (Slovakia). And that its base will be used in Fiat y Opel for new SUVs.

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