Citroen Basalt SUV

Real life pictures

Spied testing on Indian roads for the first time without camouflage

Gives us a proper look at the coupe-roofline in production-spec; retains the contrasting C-pillar garnish from the concept.



Image Source - Rushlane

Elsewhere, it will largely be similar to the C3 Aircross with several shared body panels.

It will, however, come better equipped than the C3 Aircross with features like LED headlamps, auto air-conditioning and keyless entry, among others.

Basalt will be powered by the familiar 110hp, 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine mated to 6-speed manual or torque converter automatic gearboxes.

Will be locally produced in India, and will also be exported to markets abroad.

Launch is due in the second half of 2024

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