Citroen C5 Aircross refreshed for 2022

2022 Citroen C5 Aircross: pricing and specification revealed

Design changes extend to the rear, where the C5 Aircross gains new LED light clusters. It’s also equipped with new styling panels, 18in alloy wheels and gloss-black roof bars.

Inside, there’s an updated, chrome-decorated centre console with a more ergonomic control layout, a redesigned gear selector and, on plug-in hybrid models, a driving-mode selection button.

Two USB ports have been added and wireless smartphone charging is now available.

A new, larger (10.0in) touchscreen controls the main functions of the cabin, including climate control, joined by a 12.3in digital display behind the steering wheel. 

Other new interior features include Advanced Comfort seats – as seen in the C4 and the C5X, which is set to launch in the UK later this year – with heating and massaging functions. 

Petrol and diesel power continues, while the plug-in hybrid powertrain is now also available on mid-range models. 

The PHEV powertrain combines a 1.6-litre turbo petrol engine with an electric motor and a 13.2kWh battery, offering up to 31 miles of electric-only driving at speeds of up to 83mph. 

Citroën claims the C5 Aircross has the most boot space out of any SUV in the segment, thanks in part to sliding, reclining and retractable rear seats.