by Brett Davis

Citroen has jumped on the teaser bandwagon and released a preview image of the upcoming Citroen C4 Aircross. The Aircross will be a jumped-up version of the new Citroen C4, with an SUV-style ride height and a rugged design.

No details of the new Citroen C4 Aircross were released with this less-than-revealing teaser image, but we expect it to feature a range of crossover-themed features similar to the C3 Aircross (pictured below).

The C4 Aircross is expected to come with the same powertrain options as the standard C4 model. This means there will be 1.6-litre turbo petrol engine producing 115kW and a 2.0-litre HDi diesel producing 110kW on offer. An all-wheel drive layout on some variants is also a possibility.

From the image, you can’t really predict much from a design perspective, other than that it will potentially come with a number of brushed aluminium trim elements inside and out. The Aircross will also likely come with rugged plastic wheel arch extenders and raised-up suspension.

Citroen will reveal the new C4 Aircross in full on October 7. Stay tuned for more details.

  • Lucii Pooky

    Citroen have already revealed it on their FaceBook page! Looks good :)

    • Jim Sim

      Your have Citroen on your Facebook?

      • Lucii Pooky

        I have most car brands.

  • Pat

    Citroen have revealed lots of images of the C4 aircross on facebook, and its not what your showing here… this is the c3 picasso? also the Peugeot 4008 (same car as this and the ASX) is revealed on the peugeot australia website…

    both cars are much better re-designs of the mitsubishi compared to the C-crosser 4007 (Outlander)

    • Pat

      My bad, you did mention the C3 aircross…

  • by_mng

    remember reading somewhere that the Citroen will share most of its mechanics with the Mitsubishi ASX…

  • Mr Gaspo

    Great I can look Forward to compact SUV with a fusebox in the glovebox! PSA should stop treating RHD markets with contempt.

    • Alexander

      This is based of an ASX which is Japanese designed, therefore well suited to RHD, if anything Europe will have their fuse boxes in the glovebox.

  • Flabby Chap

    How many of these French cars can they sell.