Citroen C5 CrossTourer - fresh and innovative

Citroen will exhibit new C5 CrossTourer at the Geneva Motor Show, next month. With C5 CrossTourer , Citroen is trying to turn a family car into a car with off-road features .

On the exterior , the French model is distinguished by lengthwise matte grey roof bars, 18-inch diamond-effect alloy wheels in matte grey, chrome-finished wing mirror housings and brushed aluminium protective fairing on the front and rear bumpers.

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Citroen C5 CrossTourer will be equipped with special Hydractive III suspension which is able to increase or decrease body height depending on speed. For extra safety, Citroen offers Intelligent Traction Control.

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The new Citroen C5 will be available in two trim levels: Exclusive and Millenium. The Citroen C5 CrossTourer offers as standard a massaging driver's seat with electric lumbar adjustment and full leather upholstery.

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