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New Citroën Spacetourer 2024: better on all levels

The new Citroën Spacetourer 2024 presents a new face

After the new C3 and the restyled Berlingo, Citroën presents the new Spacetourer 2024, the third vehicle in the range to adopt the new design language, crowned by the brand's new logo. With this restyling, the Citroën Spacetourer is more stylish, more comfortable and even more technologically advanced, allowing it to embark on a new stage of its career at the highest level.

More style

After unveiling the redesigned versions of its entire commercial vehicle range in October, Citroën is now presenting the Spacetourer, the VP version of the Jumpy, a few days after the new Berlingo 2024. Like its little brother, the Spacetourer has a completely new front end with new headlights, a new bumper and, like its little brother, the Spacetourer adopts the brand's new visual signature, presented with the oli concept, here grouped in the projector. These new headlights are linked by a black grille with the brand's chevrons, which is clearly becoming a new stylistic element for Citroën that we should therefore find on the other models. In the middle is the new logo, verticalised and occupying the entire surface, underlined by the bumper, which gives it strength and a certain stability, all to reaffirm a feeling of serenity, one of the values the brand intends to convey in the future.

The new Citroën Spacetourer 2024 has a brand new dashboard.

This serenity is reflected in the cabin by a revised dashboard that combines elegance with even greater practicality. It emphasises technology, with a new 10-inch central HD touch screen at the top, and enhances functionality with larger, more numerous and increasingly ingenious storage spaces. For example, the cup holders on the upper part of each side have been developed to accommodate smartphones, a safer way of storing this essential item. For its part, the new upper storage compartment in the central section has been extended to accommodate tablets. On the upper levels, it is closed with a lid for greater security.

In its central section, the dashboard presents a new control interface that houses the speed and driving mode selectors, as well as an enlarged storage compartment that integrates the wireless charging area for smartphones. Its volume is full, with taut lines that blend in with the overall style of the dashboard. An aluminium-effect finish adds a touch of distinction to this area. In the same spirit, another decor, painted in a strong shade of grey, crosses the entire width of the board between its lower and upper parts. It conveys elegance and lightness and enhances the feeling of spaciousness on board.

The steering wheel is also new, with various integrated controls (telephone, audio system, driving aids, etc.) and can be heated. More functional and ergonomic, it also has a more structured design, which, together with the new logo on the central cushion, gives it a more modern look.

Always 100% electric

Like the Berlingo, the new Citroën Spacetourer 2024 is only available in a 100% electric version with a single 136 HP engine that can be connected to two lithium-ion batteries for two types of autonomy. The 50kW battery provides a range of 224km and is ideal for daily shuttles between the city centre and the airport. The largest battery, 75 kW, increases the range by 20 km to 350 km per day, making it a little more versatile. Citroën has also equipped the Spacetourer with a more refined energy recovery management system, with three levels that can be adjusted by means of paddles located behind the steering wheel.

For countries outside Europe, Citroën will continue to offer versions with a 180 bhp diesel engine mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox.

To sum up, the new Spacetourer 2024 offers more style, technology and comfort thanks to its restyling, and remains a multi-capacity van that can be converted into a 9-seater minivan or a personal transport thanks to its unique modularity. With its new front end and new interior, it makes a leap forward in modernity to face new competition with greater strength.

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