Geneva Motor Show: 2016 Citroen SpaceTourer Concept Revealed

Posted: Feb 5 2016, 9:48am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Geneva Motor Show: 2016 Citroen SpaceTourer Concept Revealed
  • Citroen SpaceTourer concept revealed before Geneva debut!

The new SpaceTourer van concept by the Frenach car-maker is an all-wheel drive concept.

The French car-maker Citroen will unveil a new SpaceTourer van. The van is capable of going anywhere. Since the van concept is an all-wheel drive people-mover concept.

Citroen just announced it will show off its new SpaceTourer at the Geneva Auto show. The concept has been co-developed alongside the Peugeot Traveller and Toyota Proace.

The concept rides on PSA’s EMP2 platform. The van underpins both the Citroen C4 Picasso and Peugeot 308. There will be three wheelbases available in the new van. The wheelbases are the XS version (4600mm), M (4950mm) and XL (5300mm).

Citroen has also confirmed it also plans to offer the SpaceTourer as a people-mover. So the SpaceTourer will offer seating for up to nine people. The SpaceTourer’s development has made safety a priority with new features.

The van concept features autonomous emergency braking. Along with lane departure warning and active cruise control all options.The SpaceTourer will offer five engines that span from 70kW to 132kW.

The French auto maker is also going to debut the Hyphen 4WD concept. According to Citeron the Hyphen 4WD is collaboration with French pop band Hyphen Hyphen.

The band helped Citroen to toughen up the light commercial. The Hyphen 4WD concept features plenty of black plastic body cladding. Similarly wide wheel arch extensions have been added. The concept also boasts large 19-inch wheels and plenty of orange highlights.

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