Citroën also endowed all versions of the C5 Aircross with some other interesting features. It gets a little help with dirt-road driving thanks to hill descent control, and a "Grip Control" system adjusts the traction control settings for low-traction terrain. The crossover also comes with a Citroën staple, hydraulic suspension. It actually isn't a completely hydraulic suspension, as it still has conventional shocks and springs. However, the company includes what it calls "Progressive Hydraulic Cushions." They're hydraulic bump stops that can compress and rebound when going over particularly rough bumps, preventing harsh kicks from entering the cabin.
The cabin and the car surrounding it are funky in a typically Citroën way. The shape is chunky and playful, and the look is accentuated by the plastic body cladding with what look like big versions of the Airbumps found on the Cactus. And one of them is painted in a contrasting color. Why? Because it's a funky French car, that's why. The interior is very squared off, and even the steering wheel looks less round than many. The dash is wide, and the vents, center stack, and instrument panel are all rectangular. Also, as is the custom nowadays, the instrument panel is a big screen, and the infotainment is controlled with a touchscreen.
The C5 Aircross obviously won't come here, but it goes on sale in China this October. Europe will get it at the end of 2018.