Thursday 20th February 2014
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Citroen has unveiled their line up for the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. This will take place from 6-16th March 2014.

This includes two new models, a new engine, the new WTTC car and several updated models.

The two new models are the Citroen C4 Cactus and the new Citroen C1. We have written an article on the new C4 Cactus which you can view by clicking here. Both of these vehicles are setting the standard for the new direction Citroen are heading in terms of design, comfort, technology; and all this at an affordable price. The Citroen C1 is Citroen's flagship model and there is an all new model being introduced at the show.

The new engine is the THP 130 PureTech petrol engine which is said to be more efficient and more powerful. This engine is expected to improve driver experience whilst being very economical. This new engine meets Euro 6 regulations and is used on the Citroen C4 e-THP 130 which has a 23% reduction in CO2 emissions and fuel consumption compared with the previous engine. There are also new Blue HDi diesel engines available across the Citroen range.

The updated model line-up includes the new C4 Picasso and Grand Picasso. There is also the latest DS3 Cabrio Racing and latest DS4 and DS5 models.

The new versions of the C4 Picasso and Grand Picasso have followed the new design language of Citroen, already winning several awards and over 72,000 have been pre-ordered to date.

There are several inclusions in the DS range which offers buyers an alternative to the premium brands and since the DS range was launched in 2009, they have sold over 420,000 vehicles. This range includes such cars as the DS 5LS and the DS3 Cabrio Racing.

The Citroen C-Elysee WTCC is on show ahead of its WTCC (World Touring Car Championship) debut in April 2014. This vehicle will be used by Citroen at the FIA World Touring Car Championships which begins in Marrakech, Morocco on 12-13th April.

This should be a great show case and it is exciting times ahead for Citroen and any prospective buyers.

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