Citroën has unveiled the C1 at the Geneva Motor Show. Just like the Peugeot, the C1 is available with a 7-inch Touch Driver Interface and Mirror Screen technology used to copy and run smartphone apps from the touchscreen.
The new Citroën C1 is available in three- and five-door versions, with an open-top bodystyle called Airscape also on offer. It features a 196-liter (6.92 cu-ft) boot, with volume increasing to 780 liters (27.5 cu-ft) with the rear seats folded.
Citroën will offer the C1 with two 3-cylinder petrol models, the Toyota-sourced 68hp 1.0-liter e-VTi 68 Airdream engine mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and featuring Stop&Start technology, and the 82hp 1.2-liter VTi 82.
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