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With customers in Europe preferring crossover vehicles to people movers, many brands are abandoning the more practical body style in favour of the pseudo-off-roaders.
Above: Opel Crossland X.
Like the Crossland X, the C3 Aircross is expected to only be offered with front-wheel drive. Motivation will come from a selection of turbocharged petrol and diesel engines.
The C3 Aircross was last spied in early 2016 wearing significant amounts of camouflage.
If the leaked scale model is accurate, the C3 Aircross won't look a world removed from the C-Aircross Concept at this year's Geneva motor show.
The crossover will also share many styling cues with its larger C5 Aircross sibling. These include a slim set of driving lights integrated the grille, disguised main headlamp units mounted further down the front fascia, and plenty of grey lower body cladding.
Above: Citroen C5 Aircross.
The C3 Aircross is expected to make its debut later this year, maybe at or before the Frankfurt motor show in September. It's not clear if it will be offered in Australia.
In Australia, the Peugeot, Citroen and DS brands are in a state of flux, with Inchcape taking over distribution rights from June 1, 2017. The importer, which also handles Subaru, has been tasked with "[growing] the presence of the Peugeot and Citroen brands in Australia".