Citroen has taken the wraps off the 2022 C5 Aircross SUV facelift version. The new C5 Aircross comes with an updated design which includes new headlights and a new infotainment system inside the cabin. Except for a few cosmetic changes, the facelifted version of the C5 Aircross remains largely the same as the previous generation.

The biggest change on the C5 Aircross SUV is its set of LED headlights which are now joined by a streak of LED lights on the bonnet. The SUV also gets a redesigned bumper. At the rear, the taillights have also been revamped which now come with new LED graphics. The SUV now gets 18-inch tire sets.


Talking about the interiors, its dashboard layout now comes with a new touchscreen infotainment system. The C5’s infotainment screen now measures 10 inches and comes with updated multimedia functions. Changes have also been made in the vents for climate control. A separate option has been given to control its AC. Its gear selector has now been shortened as compared to earlier.

The front seats of the C5 Aircross facelift SUV now get both heating and massage features. There are 2 USB ports with additional storage. The C5 SUV now also gets a 225 horsepower plug-in hybrid version, which can run up to 55 km without using any fuel. It makes use of an improved THP engine, called Puretech 1.6 Turbo, which makes 180 horsepower. The SUV gets a new driving mode selector for Hybrid, Electric, and Sport.


Citroen has not yet given any information about when will the facelift version of the C5 Aircross SUV be launched in India. Apart from this, Citroen is also planning to launch its second product, a small SUV C3, in India later this year. Citroen launched the C5 Aircross SUV in India last year at a starting price of Rs 29.90 lakh (ex-showroom). The carmaker has increased the price of the SUV this month. The price of the C5 Aircross SUV now starts at ₹32.24 Lakh (ex-showroom) and goes up to ₹33.78 Lakh (ex-showroom) for the Shine variant.

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