2012 2013 Citroen C1 facelifted details and photo




Citroen revives the C1. In addition to a modified front with LED daytime running lights, the customer gets a future CD audio system with Connecting box and, optionally, an automatic transmission with steering wheel controls. To optimize its handling of the voting power steering and shock absorber has been improved. Under the new C1 offers the first petrol-powered Citroen with an average consumption of 4.3 liters per 100 kilometers, the 100-gram limit for CO2 emissions. In version 1.0 EGS with automated gearbox and 4.5 liters and 104 grams. The new Citroen gets a shorter hood. Its round headlights are retained, but is registered according to equipment level to the height of the newly designed apron front fog lamps and LED daytime running lights, which are still rare in this segment. The vertical light bars are typical of the brand. The rear carries the new chevrons and logo. Also new are 14-inch wheel cover "Notus" and the 14-inch alloy wheels "Rift", both also with the newly designed brand emblem. The brand new CD audio system with Connecting box (optional from the second level of trim and standard equipment in the "Exclusive") has a front with time display and lets you play MP3 files and also has a Bluetooth interface. In the lower part of the middle panel has USB and AUX ports. For the first time in this model is in conjunction with the automated manual transmission that can operate on the steering wheel. In addition, a parking assistant at the range of accessories is available. The new Citroen C1 is ordered in February 2012 and comes in March in the trade. The first official launch is planned for Tuesday, 10 January 2012, provided to the Motor Show in Brussels.

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