Known as the Space Tourer 4x4 Ë Concept and based on the short wheelbase five-seat XS bodystyle offered in Europe, the rugged looking people mover boasts a 60 mm ground clearance increase over the standard model, with aesthetic changes consisting of satin silver finished front and rear skidplates, 19-inch black alloy wheels with snow chains, special grey and red decals and aluminium roof rails.
Inside, the changes are less dramatic with white leather and grey Alcantara seats, grey soft-touch dashboard fabric, red and blue stitching, aluminium door strip and gloss black dashboard finish.
In-car and safety tech remains as is with 3D satellite navigation, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment display, reverse camera, Heads-Up Display, Blind Sport Monitoring, Automatic High Beam Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control with speed limiter, Collision Risk Alert and Active Safety Brake being standard.
Like the regular Space Tourer, power comes from a 2.0-litre BlueHDi engine making 110 kW and 370 N.m of torque, with the special selectable four-wheel drive system developed by French drivetrain specialists, Automobile Dangel, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox.
Touted as a feasible option on the normal Space Tourer, Citroën is yet to confirm availability although given the marque's recent exit, don't expect it to offered locally anytime soon.