New Citroen DS3 Concept Officially Revealed (details and photos)

6 02 2009

The first official photos of Citroen DS3 Concept have been leaked into the web ahead of Geneva Motor Show in March.

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The view was extracted from a video presentation which was exposed to Citroën dealers and employees. Although unconfirmed, the persona is visibly labled as Citroen DS3. The DS name is frequent to the forefront as a posh line of new vehicles that will help Citroën take a tread up towards the superior luxury aircraft.

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At 4.2 metres in extent the C-Cactus would be too long to be a C2 replacement but it was closely the same length as a C4. Incidentally the C4 is due for a replacement in 2010.

Perhaps more information will come to light at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. Meanwhile a sprightly recap on the C-Cactus may be in order. The car shown in Frankfurt when was unveiled the compact C-Cactus concept featured a 70hp (51kW) 1.4 HDi diesel-emotional drivetrain.

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6 02 2009
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29 06 2009
New 2010 Citroen C3 Officially Unveiled (details and photos) « It’s your auto world :: New cars, auto news, reviews, photos, videos …

[…] 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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