Facelifted small SUV unveiled with a revised look, updated cabin, and improved tech.
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The 2021 Citroen C3 Aircross has received its first major styling update since the model was unveiled in 2017.

The C3 Aircross gets a sharper design to the C3 it's based on – and which arrived with its own facelift only days ago – further differentiating it from the hatchback.

New LED headlamps, complete with new light signatures feature on the small SUV, complimented by a revised front grille, which Citroen says is inspired by the CXperience concept car from 2016.

For those wanting something a little more customised, the C3 Aircross now has an additional three exterior paint colours: Khaki Grey, Voltaic Blue, and Polar White, meaning buyers now have a total of 70 colour combinations for the vehicle.

This is thanks to two roof options (black or white), seven total body colours, and four colour packs – which add coloured highlights across the car's exterior.

Inside, Citroen offers four 'interior design ambiances' – available in Standard, Urban Blue, Metropolitan Graphite, and Hype Grey – as well as revised comfort seats with additional padding.

A new 9.0-inch infotainment screen has also been added to the C3 Aircross, featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, DAB+ digital radio, and a reversing camera.

Citroen Australia has said it is "working closely with the factory regarding evaluating the new Citroen C3 Aircross for local introduction".