Wednesday, February 27, 2013

New Citroen DS3 Convertible Reportedly Confirmed for the Paris Motor Show

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The stylish DS line that currently comprises the DS3, DS4 and DS5 models has proved a modest success for Citroen with the French firm reaching the 200,000 sales mark this past April, just two years after the company launched the first model of the series, the DS3 supermini (pictured above).In some countries such as the UK, the DS3 has taken the top spot as the best-selling Citroën model with more than 10,000 deliveries in the first seven months of 2012, an impressive 66.8 percent increase over the 6,118 units registered during the same period last year.
Now, Citroen seems ready to take the next step and introduce a second variant of the DS3 in the form of a convertible model, which is said to have been confirmed for next month’s Paris Motor Show.
According to British car magazine Auto Express, the open top DS3 will not have a conventional folding cloth or metal roof, but a "roll back fabric roof", much in the likes of the Fiat 500C.
Even though this solution will not fully satisfy buyers looking for a convertible model, it has its advantages, as there's no need for heavy modifications to the body structure, something that will keep the weight and more importantly, the price down.




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