The new four-wheel drive model has a 5+2 seating configuration and Citroen says it is capable of 40mpg.
The C-Crosser will come with a new 156bhp 2.2HDi engine which is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Drivers have a choice of three transmission settings that can be changed depending on road conditions and driving style.
Drivers can switch between two-wheel drive, electronically controlled four-wheel drive and a lock setting for low-grip conditions, all of which can be selected using a control mounted on the central console.
More details will be announced at the Geveva Motor Show on March 6.