2001 Citroën C-Crosser Concept
The C-Crosser, while not too pretty in and out, focuses on a transformable living space. This dynamic SUV can have ample room for 6 people with a closed roof or turn into a 3 seater pickup.
All of the input devices are fed though a drive by wire system. The Entire steering column & pedal system is attached to a rail enabling it to be moved to either side of the cabin. Yes, the C-Crosser can be driven from any position on the front bench seat!
The 4 Wheel steering can be pivoted to allow sideways travel. On bumpy terrain, the C-Crosser can increase ground clearance from 140 mm to 200 mm to cope with all difficulties. Moreover, with its all-wheel drive (and electronically controlled viscous coupling), ESP and ABS, the C-Crosser sets high standards of safety whatever the driving condition. The Hydractive 3 suspension automatically adapts the height of the vehicle to its speed and the state of the road. Two suspension settings are available: comfort or sport.
|submitted by||Richard Owen|
|displacement||2000 cc / 122.0 in³|
|bhp/weight||bhp per tonne|
|f brake size||mm / in|
|r brake size||mm / in|
|length||4280 mm / 168.5 in|