Citroën C3 Aircross is revealed as a toy


The Citroën C3 Aircross will be the model destined to replace the C3 Picasso, i.e. it moves from an MPV to a crossover. It does not copy all the design features of the conventional C4 Cactus or C3: no Airbumps. What it does have are black plastic protections, contrasting colors on the roof and pillars, two-tone wheels, optical groups centered with daytime running lights emphasizing its high hood, etc.. It is a 100% road car.


This model will be manufactured in Figueruelas (Zaragoza) together with the Opel Crossland X. It is not only that they are already sister brands (PSA acquired Opel), is that at the level of engineering share platforms, engines, etc.. The design is already somewhat freer, but fundamentally it is the same car. The actual acquisition of Opel -as well as Vauxhall- will be done over the summer, when General Motors will not paint anything in all this.

And if it's a fake, we've been tricked by dozens of publications, but given what we've seen, it's extremely reasonable what we're seeing. It should correspond to a high-end version, because the basic ones are not exactly the ones that end up immortalized in miniatures. Above these lines we have the Citroën C3 Aircross Concept, shown at the Geneva Motor Show. Virtually all elements of the design language of the prototype would be reflected in the standard model, obviating the obvious: wheels, mirrors, no rear door handles...




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