Citroen announces the premiere of the C5 Aircross plug-in hybridSeptember 12, 2018
Citroen C5 Aircross Hybrid power plant includes a PureTech petrol engine with a 180 hp output. and an electric motor with a power of 80 kW.
A hybrid version of the crossover Citroen C5 Aircross will be presented at the Paris Motor Show. At the Paris Motor Show, the hybrid crossover Citroen C5 Aircross will come as a concept – with the Hybrid Concept and two-tone blue and white colors.
Citroen has developed a hybrid version of its flagship crossover C5 Aircross. The premiere of the concept will be held at the motor show in Paris in October this year. In the future, the prototype should receive a serial version. It is expected that such a modification will make its debut in 2020.
The C5 Aircross Hybrid power plant includes a PureTech petrol engine with a payback of 180 hp. and an electric motor with a power of 80 kW. The total power of the crossover is 225 hp. The power reserve on one electric tract is 50 km. From a regular electrical outlet, the rechargeable battery is charged overnight – from 4 to 8 hours. In total, the driver is available three driving modes – zero emission mode (ZEV), “Hybrid” or “Sport”.
The overall length of the Citroen flagship crossover is 4.5 m, width – 1.84 m, height – 1.67 m, and the wheelbase size – 2.73 m. The volume of the luggage compartment is 484 liters. At the bottom of the car used branded air capsules Airbump, designed to protect the body from damage in minor collisions.
Citroen C5 Aircross is built on the modular architecture of the PSA EMP2, which is also used on the Peugeot 3008. The crossover has become the first model of the company with the innovative suspension Progressive Hydraulic Cushions, where the shock absorbers additionally use two hydraulic stoppers – the stop delay limiter and the stroke stop.