Rip Curl spec for

Citroen C3 Aircross

Citroen C3 Aircross Rip Curl, 2022, front
Citroen C3 Aircross Rip Curl, 2022, side
Citroen C3 Aircross Rip Curl, 2022, rear
Citroen C3 Aircross Rip Curl, 2022, interior
Citroen C3 Aircross Rip Curl, 2022, seats
Citroen C3 Aircross Rip Curl, 2022, logo

CITROEN has introduced a new Rip Curl model to its latest C3 Aircross range.

Created in partnership with the iconic Australian surfing brand, the new C3 Aircross Rip Curl becomes the flagship model in the C3 Aircross line-up.

Positioned above the existing Shine Plus variants, the new version comes with enhanced exterior styling and interior design.

Pricing for the C3 Aircross Rip Curl trim starts at £23,815 for models powered by a 110ps PureTech engine and top out at £25,395 for 130ps PureTech automatics.

A diesel model is included in the line-up priced from £24,985.

On the outside, the new Rip Curl model comes with 17-inch black alloy wheels fitted with all-season tyres for added grip. The car also features an Anodised Blue Colour Pack with blue skid plate inserts at the front and blue door mirrors.

Rip Curl decals can be found around the exterior while inside the blue colour theme continues with leather-effect and cloth upholstery while the Advanced Comfort seats, dashboard, centre console and air vent surrounds all feature blue splashes of colour.

Blue floor mats - bespoke to Rip Curl models - are also fitted.

Other fixtures include a panoramic sunroof with an electric sunblind, as well as an with an up-graded hi-fi, a colour head-up display and a colour matrix display binnacle.

The Rip Curl model can also be specified with Citroen's Grip Control technology with hill descent assist, for use on difficult to navigate surfaces such as mud or sand.


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