Saturday, August 21, 2010

New 2010 Citroen C3 Officially Unveiled

The first photos of the all-new Citroen C3 were revealed nowadays ahead of the world premier at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Citroen C3 will go on selling in most parts of Europe in early November with the UK next in the start of next year and and will become the main rival to the Ford Fiesta and Renault Clio.

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The new C3 will be untaken exclusively as a five door produce with Citroen planning to pioneer a more premium three-door type of the car called DS3 in 2010 that will compete against the MINI. The new C3′s styling is an evolution of the prior sketch, albeit more dynamic with a tauter profile and many new minutiae with the front fascia that is inspired by the DS3 concept car.

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An exclusive element of the 2010 C3 is the oversized schooner windscreen that extends well former the, A-pillars gift quite of light inside the lodge. According to Citroen, the progressively painted windshield smoothes the transition from the keen sun protection above the front passengers to the normal make goblet for looking forwards.

At just 3.94m long and 1.71m large, the 2010 C3 is vaguely bigger than its predecessor and about the same series as the newest Ford Fiesta (3.95m and 1.72m), offering 300 litters of boot space along with numerous storage areas throughout the cabin. The new supermini will be open with a 90HP HDi diesel engine emitting just 99g/km C02 making it the first rotund production Citroen to emit fewer than 100g/km.

On the interior, the C3‘s console which is equal without the trendy pare decor and leather growing. Overall, the C3′s lodge looks funkier and much more chic than the existing typical

Citroen did not unveil minutiae on the surplus of the range but the French automaker said that it tactics to start a new generation of engines incorporating a trice-generation Stop & Start system in 2011 that will embrace diesel versions emitting as little as 90g/km C02 and three-cylinder gasoline engines with fewer than 100g/km C02.