Citroen C1 Pacific Edition Is Exclusive To Italy

To celebrate the arrival of summer in Europe, Citroen has taken the wraps off the C1 Pacific Edition, a limited-edition model that will be available solely in the Italian market.

The most discernible difference between the C1 Pacific Edition and an ordinary model is the Pacific Green paint finish which comes standard. Additionally, there are distinctive 15-inch Comet black wheels, white wing mirrors and green and aqua horizontal stripes on the C-pillars.

The French automaker hasn’t forgotten about the cabin and outfitted it with Pacific Green trim on the door panels as well as a unique pattern on the bolsters of the seats and headrests. There’s also an infotainment system with USB and Bluetooth as standard, alongside manual air conditioning, electric front windows, remote central locking and four speakers.

Prices for the C1 Pacific Edition start at €12,500 ($14,000).


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