Citroen will be presenting at the 84th edition of the Geneva Motor Show the C5 CrossTourer which will have an increased ground clearance by 15mm compared to the regular C5. The vehicle adopts what the French company is describing as an “all-road design” with matter grey roof bars, different wing extensions, brushed aluminum protective fairing on the bumpers, along with diamond-effect 18-inch rims which complete the exterior look. Inside it gets a reversing camera as well as the eMyWay navigation system so that you’ll never get lost on those adventurous trips.
The Citroen C5 CrossTourer can be equipped with the firm’s Hydractive III+ suspension but this cannot be fitted on the versions powered by the e-HDi 115 Airdream EGS6 or the HDi 115. Customers will have the possibility of selecting from either the Millenium or Exclusive trims while standard equipment will include a driver’s seat with massaging function and electric lumbar adjustment, along with full leather upholstery.
The vehicle can already be ordered and begins at 31,950 euros.