Since its introduction in 2008 at the Paris Motor Show, Citroen has sold more than 320,000 units of its C3 Picasso. The French carmaker has decided that it’s time to upgrade its mini MPV and has chosen the same venue for its world debut.
Changes in the "new" C3 Picasso are mostly cosmetic to bring it in line with the rest of the carmaker’s range.
These include a different front bumper with the new interpretation of the brand’s double chevron logo and LED daytime running lights. Moreover, buyers can now choose between new 15- and 16-inch alloy wheels and two fresh colors named “Nacre” white and “Encre” blue.
The interior sports new cloth upholstery for the Comfort trim and optional “Mistral Claudia” leather, an electro-chrome interior rear view mirror, a roof-mounted console with ambient lighting and the eMyWay navigation system that includes a Bluetooth hands-free kit and USB and jack sockets and can be connected to a reversing camera.
A full gallery of the 2013 C3 Picasso follows below.
By Andrew Tsaousis