Citroen C5 CrossTourer unveiled, going to Geneva image

The Citroen C5 CrossTourer has been officially unveiled ahead of its public debut which will be made next month, during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.

The French based automaker Citroen is expanding its lineup with an “all-road” version of the C5, which has been named the C5 CrossTourer. The model in question has received an all-road design, with wing extensions, matte grey roof bars, chrome finished side mirror housings, protective aluminum fairing on the front and rear bumpers, 18-inch alloy wheels finished in mate grey and some other tweaks, which will help it stand out from a crowd.

The new Citroen C5 CrossTourer is also getting a 15 mm higher ground clearance, at up to 70 km/h for the Hydractive III+ suspension and some “useful technologies”, as the company calls them, such as the Intelligent Traction Control, which can improve the traction on mud- or snow-covered roads, or the eMyWay navigation system, which is also getting a rearview camera. Two trim levels will become available for the C5 CrossTourer, the Millenium and the Exclusive. The engine lineup will be made by diesels, ranging between 115 HP and 200 HP. Prices for the model will start at 31,950 euros. More details on it will be announced in Geneva.