2013 Citroen C1 Concept Review

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2013 Citroen C1 debut at Brussels Motor Show 2012. Citroen C1 with new styling, increased levels of equipment and machinery more efficient, a New Citroen C1 sets a higher benchmark in this segment. New features include the presentation of the CO2 emissions of just 99g/km, LED daytime running lights, audio system with integrated CD Box Citroen Connect (Bluetooth ® system with USB socket) and the Electronic System with steering wheel-mounted paddle gearbox.

Citroen C1 Interior

New Citroen C1 city car as one of the most economically and ecologically in the market, but still have the ability to transport four adults in comfort and offers a plethora of storage compartments in the dashboard, center console and door panels. Boot volume can also be customized thanks to folding rear seats and ranges from 139 liters to more than 700 liters. New C1 compact dimensions make it an ideal travel companion, offering an agile and responsive ride, perfect fit for city driving and city.

Citroen C1 Body Design

Citroen C1 remains compactmodel the most in the range of Citroën. Available in 3-door and 5-door guise of launching. Lamps retain their spherical shape, while the front bumper has been completely redesigned to house the fog lights and LED daytime running lights, which are still rare in the segment. Design of LED vertical light marks - a toCitroën specific and can also be seen in the DS3 and C4 AIRCROSS - strengthen the character of the new model. At the rear, a New 2013 Citroen C1 maintain the innovative glass tub and features a brand new chevrons and badging. The range of body colors also include Scarlet red, blue Electra, white Lipizzan, Caldera black and two shades of gray - one light, gray Gallium, and a dark, gray.

Citroen C1 Performance

New Citroën C1 is powered by three cylinder petrol engine developing 68hp. Equipped with a manual gearbox, the New Citroen C1 1.0i boasts improved fuel economy up to 65.7mpg over the combined cycle. Emissions are also increased, only 99g/km CO2, making New congestion charge exempt C1. CO2 emissions of just 99g/km.

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