Special series make a car more attractive and give it more personality. And it is that a driver always looks for a differentiating vehicle, that by design or certain details, is not like the others . For this reason, automobile brands present special versions from time to time that, if you blink, you run out of it. On this occasion it is Citroën that has presented a new C-Series edition, available in a wide range of its models: C3, C3 Aircross, C4 and its 100% electric version, and the C5 Aircross.
The C, for C-Series, is obviously a reference to the C for Citroën, as well as meaning Comfort, one of the essential pillars of the brand . The C is also synonymous with Connectivity, with a calm and relaxed driving experience, and with the Character that defines the unique identity of the models in which it is present. But, specifically, these special editions are located in the middle of the range, between the Feel Pack and Shine Pack levels, and offer additional equipment as standard that increase the well-being and tranquility of the occupants, with exclusive colors and materials based on those of existing versions.
“Citroën regularly creates limited series for its models with equipment and accessories that provide added value, together with a unique color pack. Highly appreciated by our customers since its commercial launch in mid-2020 at the C3 Aircross, the C-Series is has expanded to other models in the range. In less than two years, almost 39,000 units of this series have been sold worldwide. This new 2022 edition, with its exclusive Anodized Bronze colour, will be a key part of our 2022 range.” points out Pierre Monferrini , director of Citroën Range.
Likewise, for this new edition, Citroën has developed a new Anodized Bronze Color Pack, which confers great elegance and dynamism to the entire vehicle with its intense bronze details. And, to highlight their distinctive character, the 2022 C-Series models feature a unique embossing of the Limited Series name, located on the front fenders or front doors depending on the model. Keep reading!