Citroen is one of the latest entrants into the Indian market. This year it launched the C5 Aircross in the premium SUV segment. The C5 Aircross is on the expensive side, but Citroen is following a top-down approach similar to Kia. Following this strategy, Citroen is now looking to launch a more affordable mass-market car. Recently they unveiled the C3, which is going to be their affordable car. We have already written a story detailing its design (check below). In today’s article, we will be looking at the Citroen C3 interiors.

Citroen C3 interiors

Citroen C3 interiors

The C3 follows the quirky design language from the exterior to the interior. It shares some of its resemblance to the C5 Aircross. It gets a coloured dashboard design. The one shown in the reveal had an orange dashboard. It’s expected to get different colours depending on the exterior colour. AC vents in the middle are rectangular, while the side vents are bigger and oval-shaped. In the middle, there is a 10.1-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Besides this system, Citroen has provided space to attach a mobile holder. Below it gets a manual AC control system with knobs and switches. Then there are two charging ports. It may get a wireless charging pad below it. The steering wheel resemblance the one on the C5 Aircross. It gets a three-spoke steering wheel with media controls on it. The instrument cluster is a fully digital one. The seats come with fixed headrests.

What else will it get?

Citroen C3 interiors

Citroen C3 is expected to get a 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine. It will come mated to a five-speed manual and an automatic gearbox. It is 3.98 metres in length and gets a 315-litre boot space. Citroen is expected to price the C3 competitively. It is expected to start production at the end of this year and launch the car early next year.

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