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Citroën to unveil SpaceTourer 4X4 Ë Concept at Geneva motor show

9 Citroen SpaceTourer 4x4 concept

Citroën will unveil its SpaceTourer 4X4 Ë Concept at the 2017 Geneva motor show.

The design is inspired by the brand’s own Ë lifestyle product range and promises to combine off-road ability with versatility and comfort.  

Four-wheel-drive, enhanced body protection and new external graphics have been added to the existing SpaceTourer shell, while the interior has been inspired by Citroën’s Advanced Comfort programme.

Citroën says the SpaceTourer 4x4 Ë Concept is ideal for families or groups of friends looking to enjoy leisure activities in style.

The headrests on the front seats feature an embossed Ë logo and there are white leather straps on the front doors for use as door handles. This type of design was first seen on the C4 Cactus and is inspired by the world of travel and leather goods. As with the seatbelts, these door straps feature the same red and blue detailing as the brand’s Ë lifestyle product collection.

Suspension has been raised by 60mm to increase the SpaceTourer’s off-road capabilities.

Power comes courtesy of  a BlueHDi 150 diesel engine with a 6-speed manual gearbox and a selectable 4x4 transmission from Automobiles Dangel.

There is plenty of tech on board including; Citroen Connect 3D Nav, smartphone mirroring, head-up display, rear-view camera, blind-spot monitor, adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning.

The SpaceTourer 4X4 Ë Concept will make its debut appearance at this year’s Geneva International motor show.

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