The French based automaker Citroen has been recently spotted by our spy photographers while testing the new generation of the C1, on public roads.
Citroen has big plans for its new-gen C1, as the company is currently testing the model. The test mule has been spotted by our spy photographers who announced us that they wouldn’t be surprised if the model in question was actually the new generation of the Peugeot 107, or the 108 as it will probably be known. The two models will still be produced in collaboration with Toyota, as the Japanese based automaker will keep developing the Aygo, in a new generation.
The test mule pictured below, which is probably the Citroen C1’s new generation, will still be offered as a full five-door model, but visible modifications will be made on its front fascia and rear end, where changes will make it look more like other models in the company’s lineup. As for the engine lineup, the cheapest version of the model will be offered with a 1.0 liter four-cylinder petrol engine, which will produce a total output of 68 HP, while emitting just 104 g/km of CO2. A diesel version is also a possibility. More details on the three models are limited for the moment.