Geneva Motor Show 2016: Citroen SpaceTourer lands

Published 02 March 2016

Citroen has taken the logical next step in its quest to lead the way when it comes to massive people movers with this, the van-based SpaceTourer. Launched at the Geneva Motor Show, it goes on sale late 2016 with prices yet to be confirmed.

It’s a crossover of sorts, combining the space of a van with refinement and quality more akin to an MPV – and like a van, it comes in various body sizes on two wheelbases.

The shortest is 4.6 metres long and the longest 5.3 metres, while the cabin can be specified with five- to nine seats. Two specifications are available, called Feel and Business, the former aimed at family buyers and the latter at taxi drivers.

Car-like features include a dashboard that’s not entirely wheelie bin specification plastic, a touchscreen media system incorporating Apple Carplay, a more sophisticated suspension setup than the average Tranny, safety systems including automatic low speed braking, and a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.

The car you see above is the Hyphen version, which is a pseudo off road variant designed to do nothing more than draw attention to Citroen’s stand. The standard car has less plastic cladding and less garish paint. 

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