Citroën will be presenting an all-road version of its C5 sedan at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
This new model will be called the C5 Cross Tourer and it will go head-to-head with the Subaru Legacy Outback and Audi A4 allroad. That’s some pretty stiff competition, but it seems as if the French manufacturer is well prepared for the fight.
The Cross Tourer features Citroën’s famous Hydractive suspension, which manages body height in real time, keeping a constant ground clearance whatever the load. It also gives the car an extra 15mm of ground clearance at speeds up to 70km/h.
It will also be launched as standard with Intelligent Traction Control, which improves traction on snow- or mud-covered roads, and the eMyWay navigation system combined with a reverse camera.
The Cross Tourer will be available in two trim levels, Millenium and Exclusive, and powered by diesel engines ranging from 85kW to 150kW.