At Citroën, we design technology with people in mind. Our aim is always to add value, making driving a Citroën as safe, pleasurable and sustainable as possible.
Increased safety by combating drowsiness at the wheel.
When in use, active cruise control uses a radar sensor in the front bumper to sense and warn the driver if the vehicle in front slows down.
The blind spot monitoring system detects vehicles up to three metres away.
Working for you to reduce the risk of a collision.
Keeping you safe on longer trips, Coffee Break Alert lets you know when it's time to take a break.
Discover ConnectedCAM Citroën®, an in-built camera "made by Citroën" to capture your best driving moments, giving you freedom of spirit and, of course, improving your safety!
Citroën's Head-Up display allows you to have all essential driver information displayed in your field of vision.
The headlights on your Citroën vehicle come on automatically.
When smart beam is activated, a miniature camera mounted in the base of the rear view mirror dips your headlights when it senses an oncoming vehicle.
The tyre pressure monitor system continuously monitors all four tyres and informs the driver if the pressure of any of them is too low.
ESC is a system which helps you keep control of your vehicle when driving in difficult conditions.
Citroën Connect Box Emergency & Assistance System makes getting help in an emergency much easier.
Citroën's new global modular platform, EMP2, employs the latest technology and high-end materials to deliver the next generation of Citroën vehicles.
With the roll-out of the Citroën Advanced Comfort® programme, the brand is redefining the concept of modern comfort to fit your requirements: light, connectivity, ergonomic design, and a smooth, comfortable drive. By filtering out bumps and dips in the road, the suspension system with Progressive Hydraulic Cushions® is a perfect fit with this new vision of global comfort.
Connect your smartphone using a cable and then activate the Mirror Screen mode on your Touch Screen.
This all-new system can be used to induction charge a wide range of smartphones or devices compatible with the Qi standard.
Real-time traffic updates, danger zones, weather conditions, fuel prices and the availability of parking spaces... All your navigational needs are in one place with Citroën Connect Nav services.
The pneumatic suspension on the back axle gives you a smoother ride by filtering out any bumps in the road surface.
Citroën's panoramic windscreen helps to make your drive more comfortable and provides exceptional visibility from all angles.
The laminated windows are made up of two glass sheets separated by a plastic insert that provides outstanding soundproofing.
100% digital, 100% touch-sensitive and 100% intuitive.
The spectacular 12 inch High Definition Panoramic screen displays essential driving information in an easy-to-configure layout.
The front passenger Relax seat helps to keep your passenger comfortable on the road.
Citroën offers a wide range of Bluetooth-compatible products, and compatibility lists are available to help you choose the mobile phone most suited to your equipment.
The ETG6 (Efficient Tronic Gearbox 6) makes the car particularly easy to manoeuvre.
The Hill Start Assist function helps the driver to set off or manoeuvre on gradients.
It starts the moment you walk towards the vehicle.
An advanced active parking aid, Park Assist finds a suitable space then smoothly guides the vehicle into it.
Park Assist 360 provides all-round vision from four cameras; one at the front, one at the rear above the registration plate, and the other two below the exterior door mirrors for peripheral vision.
When the car goes into reverse, the reversing camera shows the area behind the car on the main cabin screen.
To maximise the space and versatility in Citroën Dispatch, Moduwork® provides a load-through bulkhead and folding side passenger seat. This extends the load length in XL versions up to a full 4 m. You’ll also find an anti-shift net on the driver’s side for extra safety.
The Hands-free technology allows you to open the sliding side doors simply by moving your foot under the corner of the rear bumper, and you can also close the door and lock the whole vehicle in the same way.
The Worldwide Harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) has been created to define a brand new global harmonised standard for determining levels of pollutants and emissions, fuel consumption, and electrical range in light-duty vehicles.
In order to provide its customers with better information, the PSA Group makes available independent, certified calculations of real-world fuel consumption. It has partnered with the NGO Transport & Environment (1) and France Nature Environnement (2).