Citroen has released the first pictures of the second-generation version of its Golf-sized C4, which will be displayed at September's Paris Motor Show, in line with the recent trend for car manufacturers to trail new models well in advance of their launches, rather than springing genuine surprises. The new car won't go on sale in the UK until early next year.
They brought you iconic designs in the Forties and Fifties, and they're at it again with the first in the new DS range
Top speed: 133mph 0-60mph 7.3 seconds
CO2 emissions: 155g/km
Best for: Mini owners who have tired of retro
Also worth considering? Alfa Romeo Mito, BMW Mini, Fiat 500
Citroën's range is becoming more and more complicated. Once, a C3 was a C3 was a C3, but now the third rung of the Citroën is getting crowded. The original C3, now renamed C3 First, is still there, as is the open-topped C3 Pluriel with its unusual demountable roof; these have now been joined by an all-new standard C3, while a similarly-sized up-market city car aimed at competing with the Mini, the DS3 will be launched shortly.
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