Citroen has confirmed that the C1 is now out of production, bringing an stop to the brand’s involvement in the small, petrol-run metropolis auto phase.
According to Citroen, the C1 racked up about 1.2million revenue in a creation operate that stretched from 2005 to 2022. Both of the car’s two generations have been constructed in the Czech Republic on the exact production line as the C1’s Peugeot 108 and Toyota Aygo sister automobiles.
Toyota has considering that taken around the Kolin plant where by the PSA-Toyota joint venture built the metropolis motor vehicle trio, and has discovered its successor to the Aygo: the SUV impressed Aygo X. Citroen and Peugeot have not confirmed strategies for new petrol driven A-phase replacements but Citroen is launching the Ami, an electrical quadricycle that will consider more than obligations as the brand’s smallest and most cost-effective model.
Not a direct substitute for the C1, the Ami is a lot smaller sized, measuring 2.41 metres in length and delivering seating for just two. A 5.5kWh battery provides a quoted variety of 46 miles – with a entire cost taking around a few hrs, while best speed is a claimed 28mph. Selling prices for the Ami will start out at around £6,000 here in the Uk, and over 12,000 men and women have presently expressed their desire in proudly owning a single by building a £250 refundable deposit.
In a even more work to plug the gap in its vary left by the C1, the brand’s United kingdom arm has uncovered a new C3 variant known as C3 You. It’s cheaper than the outgoing C1 designs, with a starting selling price of £12,995.
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