Citroen: here are the cars and the news expected for 2022

Citroen's 2022 will be quite interesting. The French car manufacturer that joined the new Stellantis group last January  wants to consolidate its position in the market and improve in some segments where it can certainly do more.   In 2022, the Stellantis brand will restart exactly from where its 2021 ended. In fact, in the first part of the new year, two cars presented this year will still be protagonists. We refer to the new Citroen C4 and C5 X .   Here are all the new cars from Citroen that we will see in 2022 The two cars of the transalpine house will actually arrive on the market at the beginning of next year with the first deliveries to customers. After presenting the sedan / Crossover version, in 2022 it will be the turn of a C4 in a 4-door sedan version for the markets where this type of car is still successful. Then towards the end of the year a real SUV is also expected to debut, which will take the name of C4 Aircross . This model will complete the Aircross family.   Another very important news for Citroen in 2022 is the one concerning the restyling of the C5 Aircross which, waiting to give news on the new generation for which there are still many years to go, in 2022 will launch the mid-career update of the current version on the market. The car will receive slight updates in design, C4 and C5 X style headlights and grille and some technological innovations.   Perhaps a preview of the new C3 at the end of the year The Citroen C5 X of which we practically already know everything will finally land in the dealership in 2022. Finally, again in 2022 there are some possibilities that by the end of the year the fourth generation of the C3 will debut, perhaps only in photos .  In fact, the car will arrive on the market in 2023 but we cannot exclude a preview by the end of next year. Finally, remember that the C3 for emerging markets, which however has nothing in common with the European C3, will arrive on the market next year in key countries for the French such as India and Brazil .

Citroen's 2022 will be quite interesting. The French car manufacturer that joined the new Stellantis group last January  wants to consolidate its position in the market and improve in some segments where it can certainly do more.

In 2022, the Stellantis brand will restart exactly from where its 2021 ended. In fact, in the first part of the new year, two cars presented this year will still be protagonists. We refer to the new Citroen C4 and C5 X . 

Here are all the new cars from Citroen that we will see in 2022

The two cars of the transalpine house will actually arrive on the market at the beginning of next year with the first deliveries to customers. After presenting the sedan / Crossover version, in 2022 it will be the turn of a C4 in a 4-door sedan version for the markets where this type of car is still successful. Then towards the end of the year a real SUV is also expected to debut, which will take the name of C4 Aircross . This model will complete the Aircross family. 

Another very important news for Citroen in 2022 is the one concerning the restyling of the C5 Aircross which, waiting to give news on the new generation for which there are still many years to go, in 2022 will launch the mid-career update of the current version on the market. The car will receive slight updates in design, C4 and C5 X style headlights and grille and some technological innovations. 

Perhaps a preview of the new C3 at the end of the year

The Citroen C5 X of which we practically already know everything will finally land in the dealership in 2022. Finally, again in 2022 there are some possibilities that by the end of the year the fourth generation of the C3 will debut, perhaps only in photos .

In fact, the car will arrive on the market in 2023 but we cannot exclude a preview by the end of next year. Finally, remember that the C3 for emerging markets, which however has nothing in common with the European C3, will arrive on the market next year in key countries for the French such as India and Brazil .

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