Citroen C3 makes a stopover at Geneva

by SpeedLux

Citroën has displayed the slightly facelifted model C3 supermini this week in Geneva.

The company has not changed much the C3’s design as the facelift introduces little revisions to head/taillights and both bumpers, with the front one having LED daytime running lights. A Zenith windscreen has been extended to the roof and is available for those who prefer better visibility.

On the inside portion, the company offers more upholstery variety, chrome detailing, as well as a soft-touch thermo-coated dashboard. For extra bucks one can opt for a reversing camera and parking sensors.

Power gets boost from the same 1.0- and 1.2-liter three-cylinder engines emitting 68 HP (50 kW) and 82 HP (60 kW), respectively. There’s also a more aggressive VTi 120 churning out 120 HP (88 kW) with a manual or an automatic gearbox.

So Geneva show has begun and there are plethora of car biggies showcasing their works and Citroen is one among them.

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