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Mike Stevens | Aug, 11 2014 | 3 Comments

Citroen’s C-XR concept, unveiled at April’s Beijing Auto Show, has made its first production appearance in a series of new leaked images.

As expected, the already showroom-friendly concept has suffered few, if any, styling changes in the transition to production.

In concept form, the C-XR measures 4.26m long with a 2.65m wheelbase, making this new Citroen a player in the midsized SUV market where models like the Mazda CX-5 and Toyota RAV4 dominate.

Interestingly, the C-XR looks set for a Chinese debut as the C3-XR, despite being markedly larger than the Mitsubishi ASX-based Citroen C4 Aircross offered in most global markets.

Engine options with the C3-XR are expected to include a naturally-aspirated 1.8 litre four-cylinder engine in entry models, with top-end models powered by a 1.6 litre turbocharged four. All models will be driven at the front wheels only.

As for whether we’ll see this new midsized SUV on local roads, it is too early to say. At this stage, it is believed the C3-XR is destined for sale and production in China only.

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