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Friday, 29 July 2016
Citroen launches a new sportier C1, The Furio, aimed squarely at the youngsters market, and looks great.
Citroën is extending its C1 city car range with the introduction of a new C1 Furio, offering young drivers an affordable, sporty looking car. Building on Citroën’s sporting credentials, C1 Furio will be on sale in the UK from 1 August.
Bringing a new sporty style and unique features to the Citroën C1 city car range, C1 Furio will go on sale in the UK from 1 August, with prices starting from just £10,855 on the road.
Available as a three door hatchback, the new C1 Furio boasts striking exterior styling to appeal to younger drivers wanting a sporty look, but without them having to pay a premium for a more powerful engine. Two powertrain options are available: VTi 68 manual and PureTech 82 manual.
Based on the existing ‘Feel’ trim level, C1 Furio benefits from the addition of black 15-inch ‘Planet’ alloy wheels, bold exterior graphics, plus Sunrise Red door mirrors and wheel centre caps to provide an eye-catching contrast to the Lipizzan White or Carlinite Grey metallic body colour paint options. A rear diffuser and centred exhaust outlet complete the sporty exterior.
Inside, C1 Furio benefits from the addition of ‘Wave’ grey cloth upholstery and a rev counter.
The new C1 Furio joins Citroën’s long line of motor sport inspired small cars, including the 1990s Saxo Furio, plus cars like the AX Sport and C2 ‘by Loeb’.
Then new Citroën C1 Furio is available to order now and is officially on sale from 1 August 2016.