Another in a series of vehicles that was presented in Geneva is the 2015 Citroën Aircross that will surprise you in many ways. We’re here to discover essential features. As for the design and there will be a river or a picture says it all. Also, we will look back on the problem related to the driving force precisely the characteristics and quality that lies beneath the hood.
2015 Citroën Aircross Design Exterior
Design identity is emphasized by the characteristics of the front and rear of the car. Next is the new chevron stylish solution with narrow lights separated into two sections, which was first presented with a new generation C4 Picasso. Back to the present 3D effect as far as lights and truly avant-garde minimalist design. So as far as looks, 2015 Citroën Aircross concept exudes originality and quality. We should mention Airbump technology, known from C4 Cactus, this time custom SUV requirements. In this case the vehicle is protected against side impacts, a system called Alloy Bumps because of the absorbing alloy structure in the form of a honeycomb. This solution was first used in motorsport, and provides a great patronage, lightweight but also visual experience. In the SUV segment, this is a complete innovation.
There are also Air Sign chrome rear window frames forming a tunnel for airflow. Air Curtains the intake air vents located on the front of the vehicle.
2015 Citroën Aircross Cabin space is created for the relaxation of mind and body. How is this accomplished? Primarily by avoiding the classic guidelines present in the automotive industry, in order to create a modern cabin space in which it is most important that passengers feel good.
The surfaces are flat and clean, with modern texture, and over two large displays to manage and control all the possible functions of the car’s systems. Graphics interior emphasizes the feeling of spaciousness and comfort. Citroen called it the spirit of the sofa, which really is not far from the actual state of things. On the visual aspect, the interior is bright with interesting colors, which is in harmony with the body color. The atmosphere is simply refreshing and modern.
Practicality is combined with high technology, and this car is the holder of a handful various different systems. In addition to the head-up displays, Aircross comes with two panoramic screen of 12 inches in high definition with completely new graphics. Inspiration is found in the world of fashion and furniture. Together with the vibrant colors, the pixels are made cheerful atmosphere in the digital Citroen Aircross.
Display screens can be moved from the driver to the passenger simply move your hands over the detector on the console. This way travelers can exchange information during the ride, watch movies, music, etc. The two screens can even be combined into one, and the function is controlled by the platform of touch with both sides of the wheel. Each of the four-seater is equipped with speakers and a microphone, so that passengers can communicate among themselves, without having to disturb the resting or relaxing those who do not participate in the conversation.
Engine and Performance of 2015 Citroën Aircross
As expected, the 2015 Citroën Aircross is a plug-in hybrid electric-gasoline at issue, provided that the electronic unit located at the rear axle. This configuration is ideal for Aircross, because optimize performance and traction.
The electric motor delivers 95 horsepower and maximum torque of 200 Nm. Powered by a lithium ion battery that is charged for three and a half hours through port 16 A of the domestic network. The electric motor works in synergy with the 1.6 THP petrol engine with 220 hp and 275 Nm.
Needless to say, this combination provides a clean and fuel-efficient driving. This is especially true for urban opportunities when the car operates purely on electric power. Driving autonomy purely on electricity is a solid 50 km. On roads that require frequent acceleration and deceleration, the hybrid technology limits fuel consumption by combining both sources of energy. On the highway, the combustion engine takes the lead, providing a high cruising speed.
There was not a compromise when it comes to driving pleasure. Specifically, when the driver wants to accelerate rapidly, and when necessary high torque ‘boost’ function combines the torque of internal combustion engines and electric motors, delivering optimal performance and maximum power of 315 horsepower. In the combined cycle, fuel consumption is just 1.7 liters of petrol per 100 km and CO2 emissions is impressive only 39 g/km. Acceleration to hundreds 2015 Citroën Aircross done in just 4.5 seconds.