The Citroën C-Crosser is a compact SUV (J), launched in July 2007, designed for the French manufacturer Citroën, and produced by Mitsubishi on the basis of the new Outlander. The equivalent Peugeot badge-engineered version is the 4007.
It was expected that the car would be named the C7, but in October 2006, it was announced that it would be called the C-Crosser. The C-Crosser took its name from the four-wheel drive concept car that Citroën first displayed in the 2001 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Together, the 4007 and C-Crosser are the first Japanese-produced cars sold under any French brand. They had been planned to be assembled, for Europe, in the factory that was built in the 1960s to assemble DAFs, now Mitsubishi's Nedcar plant in Born, Netherlands, but this was postponed indefinitely due to slow sales of the models. Since 2011 they have been assembled at the Russian PSA Peugeot Citroen/Mitsubishi joint venture factory in Kaluga.
In 2012, production of the C-Crosser ended, and it was replaced by the C4 Aircross.