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The Citroën C3 Aircross is on display at Sao Paulo airport in Brazil.


Le Citroën C3 Aircross à l'aéroport de Sao Paulo au Brésil

The new Citroën C3 Aircross SUV is now on sale in Brazil. You can see it at Congonhas Airport in São Paulo from 30 May to 14 June 2024. This original initiative allows passengers to discover in detail this spacious and elegant model, ideal for large and small families.



This exhibition is accessible to all.

Located in the departure area of the airport, the Citroën stand provides easy access for visitors. The vehicle presented is the Citroën C3 Aircross in a seven-seater version, perfect for large families or groups of friends. There is also a lot of informative content available on the airport's digital screens.


Installing the C3 Aircross at the airport required special logistics. The vehicle was transported in a closed cage from the ground floor to the boarding area, accessible only to exclusive airport suppliers. The assembly work took place at night, after the airport's daily operations had ended.




An ambitious visibility objective.

This exhibition will generate reach and visibility for the launch of the C3 Aircross to a qualified audience. According to a survey by the Ministry of Ports and Airports, in 2023, more than 22 million people passed through Congonhas airport.


The New C3 Aircross is available from R$112,990 (€19,850) for online sales. It stands out for its Turbo 200 engine developing up to 130 hp, its seven-speed CVT transmission, its Citroën Connect Touchscreen multimedia system with 10.25-inch screen compatible with Android Auto and wireless Apple Carplay, and the largest trunk of its category (493 liters).


The new Citroën C3 Aircross SUV is the ideal choice for families looking for a spacious, high-performance and well-equipped vehicle. The exhibition at Congonhas airport is the perfect opportunity to discover this model in detail. It allows the brand to develop the model's visibility and make it known to the wider world, which is a major challenge in a huge country like Brazil.

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