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Concept previews production SUV model.

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The Citroen C-Aircross concept will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March, previewing a production model to rival the Nissan Juke.

Industry sources suggest a production version of the C-Aircross will launch before the end of 2017, with the C3 Picasso making way for it in the Citroën range.

Officially the car demonstrates the extension of Citroen’s latest design language, seen first on the Aircross concept of 2015 and in production form on the C4 Cactus and more recently the C3, to the SUV sector.

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The C-Aircross is a compact car, measuring 4.15 metres long, 1.74m wide and 1.63m high. Like its sister models it boasts a distinctive silhouette with a short but raised bonnet and stands high to rival more traditional SUVs for presence.

Notable elements of the concept include rear hinges on the second pair of doors. Combined with large windows and a panoramic sunroof the doors open to give an impression of extensive interior space.

Citroen is applying its Advanced Comfort programme to the C-Aircross . A colour head-up display replaces traditional dials, user-friendly controls sit on the single-spoke steering wheel, while rear-facing cameras are employed in place of the door mirrors. A 12-inch touchscreen dominates the centre console. A host of storage areas are incorporated throughout the cabin.

No details have been released concerning powertrains though the production model will likely make use of the same engine range as the recently launched C3. The concept makes use of the brand’s Grip Control system, offering standard, sand, off-road and snow modes, together with one that disengages the electronic stability programme.

Read more Citroen news and reviews at The Car Expert

* The Car Expert will be reporting directly from the Geneva Motor Show – check back for all the latest news from press day on 7th March.

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Andrew Charman
Andrew Charman
Andrew is a road test editor for The Car Expert. He is a member of the Guild of Motoring Writers, and has been testing and writing about new cars for more than 20 years. Today he is well known to senior personnel at the major car manufacturers and attends many new model launches each year.