Citroën Unveils The Basalt Vision SUV Coupe

Citroën has unveiled the Citroën Basalt Vision, a new compact SUV Coupé concept set to join the brand’s range in India and South America in the latter half of 2024. This innovative model blends various automotive codes to offer customers a unique driving experience, combining the fluidity and dynamism of a coupe, the ruggedness of an elevated SUV, and the spaciousness of a 5-door saloon.

Developed with input from teams both at headquarters and in each region, the Basalt Vision will support Citroën’s international growth alongside the C3 and C3 Aircross models in major markets. These models are part of a program aimed at bringing to market vehicles with strong character and distinctive onboard comfort.

The Basalt Vision concept represents a daring approach to the compact SUV Coupé segment, incorporating elements from different automotive styles. Its SUV character exudes modernity, robustness, and reassurance, with a confident stance on the road thanks to features like high ground clearance, a high bonnet, and protective wheel arches. Its coupé-like rear design adds fluidity and dynamism, while the overall silhouette suggests aerodynamic efficiency.

Named after the volcanic rock known for its robustness and serenity, the Basalt promises endurance and reliability, providing a sense of safety and security for drivers. With ample space and protective features, the Basalt offers a comfortable and secure driving experience even in challenging conditions.

As the third model in Citroën’s C-Cubed program, alongside the C3 and C3 Aircross, the Basalt Vision is designed to cater to the needs of customers in India and South America. Based on the Smart Car platform, these models aim to deliver a unique design and ease of use tailored to these markets, enhancing the ownership experience for customers.

Set to be launched in the latter half of 2024, the Citroën Basalt Vision previews a compact, powerful, and muscular SUV Coupé that promises unrivalled onboard comfort and will appeal to young professionals and families alike.

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