The second vehicle in the C-Cubed range, the future Citroën C3 Aircross, is currently being fine-tuned ahead of its launch in the first half of this year. If it will share certain elements with the C3 currently sold in India and Latin America, this new series of photos suggests that it will bring a major and rather unexpected innovation.
Derived from the C3, the brand's future urban SUV will share a number of elements with its little sister, such as the bonnet, the front doors, the headlights and the windscreen. If, since the marketing of the C3 last year, the brand has changed its logo, returning to its original logo, we would have thought that the next C3 Aircross, not planned to adopt this new logo, retains the old chevrons which are stretched to form the traditional Y dear to the brand since the C4 in 2020. But it seems that this will not be the case, since these new photos make it possible to ensure that the future C3 Aircross will indeed have the new logo of the brand, while retaining the headlights of the C3 designed to form the Y.
But these new photos also reveal that we should find certain elements of the Oli concept on this future C3 Aircross with, in particular, rear lights that seem to take up the architecture of the lights of the brand's latest concept and stand out clearly from the bodywork at the image of those of its big brother the C5 Aircross with which the next C3 Aircross plays the kinship, as can be seen on the glazing, very close to that of the large SUV from Citroën.
The next C3 Aircross will be significantly larger than the current version with a length that some believe will be closer to 4m40 than 4m30, linked to the need to reserve space for the 7 people that the future C3 Aircross will be able to carry. as it will be offered in 5 and 7 seater versions.
We still have a few weeks to find out all the information about this second Citroën novelty in India, which should enable the brand to increase its sales. It will also give an overview of the next C3 Aircross, which will be sold in Europe, even if, as with the C3, it will not be necessary to rely on the style, which should be largely different, while maintaining the general look.