The 3rd generation Citroen C3 is produced at the factory in Trnava, Slovakia. This is an offer full of personality that has been crowned with success, as C3 ranks among the top 7 major actors in its market in Europe in 2020. It is even among the top 3 best-selling models in its segment for major markets such as France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Denmark, Slovakia, and Bulgaria.
A versatile city car and a symbol of “love at first sight”, the 3rd generation C3 has many assets. To keep this success story going, Citroën adapted the vehicle in 2020, by reinforcing what makes it so different and appealing: a unique attitude inaugurating the Brand’s new front end identity, more customisation options, benchmark comfort, and a host of modern equipment that are genuinely useful on a daily basis, the carmaker said in a statement.
Citroen debuted in India in April this year with its flagship SUV C5 Aircross. The French brand has set up its facility in Tamil Nadu and rolled out C-Cube program. Citroen aims to drive in one model every year in the Indian market.
In alignment with the plan, the C3 may be the product to get into the volume segment. Several instances of test mule have been caught on the Indian roads over a period of time.