Citroen e-Spacetourer review

Category: Large Electric

Section: Interior

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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

The Citroën e-Spacetourer’s interior is pleasant enough, but you don’t have to look far to reveal the car’s workhorse origins, with hard plastics covering most surfaces (they are easy to keep clean, though).

You get sat-nav and smartphone mirroring as standard with both trims, although the small 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system is a bit laggy. At least there are shortcut buttons for most functions on either side of the screen and you can also control some functions using buttons and rotary dials on the steering wheel. Sat-nav is optional regardless of trim.

The instrument cluster includes a small driver’s information panel that shows the most vital driving metrics, and instead of the rev counter you get with petrol and diesel Spacetourers, there’s a power meter to show how efficiently you’re driving.

Slide yourself up into the driver’s seat and you’ll tower over most SUVs. That high driving position, coupled with the thin windscreen pillars, makes checking that the road is clear at junctions a doddle. Parking is a little tricky, though, because the nose droops out of sight, making it difficult to judge where the front of the vehicle is. 

The Citroën e-Spacetourer is also pretty long, but help is at hand in the form rear parking sensors that come as standard on all trims. Front parking sensors and a rear-view camera are both on the options list and are well worth considering.

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