From the looks of it, Citroën's newest concept car, the all-terrain Cruise Crosser from the Espera Sbarro School, you wouldn't think of it as green. I mean, the press photos show the six-wheeled behemoth driving over desolate landscapes (snow, desert; the apocalypse has obviously happened but the Cruise Crosser is still on the go). But those six wheels hide the fact that the third axle is actually powered by an electric motor that can move the vehicle in zero-emission mode.
Citro�n's new SUV, the C-Crosser, uses clean diesel engine, but did Citro�n drop biodiesel capability?
The SUV poolmobile? (click to see a high-resolution image gallery of the C-Crosser)
With domestic automakers gently introducing five percent biodiesel to their vehicles, Citroën has leapt ahead and made their new SUV, the oddly named C-Crosser, ready for B30. The C-Crosser has an HDi diesel engine that will come equipped with a Diesel Particulate Filter System, reducing particle emissions to "virtually immeasurable levels". Citroën isn't talking about mpg numbers yet (the C-Crosser will be availble next summer), instead focusing on the C-Crosser's looks. I agree the S