Citroen’s ë-C3 gets the Aircross treatment

Tom Barnard

18 Apr 2024

Citroën has revealed the first images of New C3 Aircross, including an electric version.

The new Aircross is a more SUV-like version of the ë-C3 we have already seen and compared to the current model it grows to 4.39 metres to offer more interior space. It shares its major hardware with Vauxhall’s new Frontera, along with that car’s spaciousness and several panels.

The pricing is expected to be even lower than the Vauxhall however, with an expected starting price of around £25,000.

The Aircross will use the ë-C3 and Frontera’s 111bhp electric motor at the front along with a 44kWh or 54 kWh battery pack, giving between 200 and 250 miles of official range.  

It also has 100kW DC fast charging capability, which means the battery gets from 20 to 80 percent capacity in 26 minutes on a suitable rapid charger in the right conditions. Standard AC recharging can be done at up to 11kW. Alongside the electric variant, Citroën will offer a hybrid and petrol powertrain for New C3 Aircross, including a seven-seat version which isn’t available as an EV because of the battery packaging.

Although the new Aircross shares panels with the Vauxhall, it is given its own Citroën style language elements, party borrowed from the Oli concept. The vertical front end displays the new Citroën logo and adopts a lighting signature with in three segments. 

Citroën has also added customisation options such as a two-tone roof and changeable colour clips on the bumper and the quarter panel. 

More information about New C3 Aircross will be shared closer to the global reveal this summer.

The Aircross will be available as a seven seater, but only with a petrol engine
The 111bhp motor is shared with the new Vauxhall Frontera

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