Fresh take on a city


Citroen C1, rear
Citroen C1

CITROEN is revealing a fresh take on a model that has sold more than 760,000 examples worldwide since its launch in 2005.

The latest version of popular city car the C1 will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show and be available in both three and five-door versions, as well as in new open-top body style called Airscape.

The French brand says the new arrival will reflect the renewal of its C-line of vehicles and turn heads courtesy of its dynamic lines and a cheerful front-end.

 Two-tone versions and brightly coloured interiors are part of the plan for a car that will come with more useful technology than before, including a seven-inch Touch Driver Interface and something called Mirror Screen for copying and running smartphone apps from the touchscreen.

The new C1 can also be fitted with keyless entry and start, as well as a reversing camera and hill-start assist.

It will be have a choice of two petrol engines, of which the e-VTi 68 Airdream is unit mated to a five-speed gearbox and features Stop&Start technology with a special aerodynamics pack.

This engine is available with the clutchless Efficient Tronic Gearbox with its creep function and optimised pedal mapping, adjusting power effectively for smoother start-ups.

Buyers can also opt for the new VTi 82 from the PureTech engine family. The 1.2 litre 3-cylinder powerplant boasts fuel consumption of 65mpg and 99g/km of CO2 emissions.


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