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Extremely Modified Citroen C1 Looks Like A Sick Halloween Joke 18
Nov
Posted by Brad Anderson in Citroen, Citroen C1, Citroen Videos, Galleries, Offbeat News, tuning, used cars, video on 11 18th, 2017


There are some weird and wacky cars out there, but this Citroen C1, currently up for grabs in Denmark, is unquestionably one of the most bizarre vehicles we’ve ever seen.

The Carscoops reader who found the C1 notes it is currently for sale on Aunsbjerg with an asking price of 35,000 DKK, or approximately $5,500.

Recently featured in the ‘My Crap Car’ YouTube series, the current owner of the little Citroen purchased it bone stock. Perhaps dissatisfied with its usability and benign design, he decided to totally transform the hatchback and turned it into a permanent droptop, transforming the body and creating something that would be perfect for a Halloween-themed Hollywood blockbuster.

He then casually decided to use an angle grinder to cut off the roof and make the driver’s door completely removable through a pair of hinges you’d expect to find in your house, not a car. Elsewhere, a bodykit has been fitted, 14-inch aftermarket wheels installed and spray paint applied to every square-inch of the exterior.

Since featured in the aforementioned video, the owner has slapped two turbochargers onto the 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine, creating an engine bay arguably more outlandish than Ken Block’s Hoonicorn V2.

Considering the fact that the vehicle has been so extensively modified (or ruined…), we can’t imagine it being easy to sell. Nonetheless, it’ll surely bewilder and mystify people wherever it ends up.

Hat tip to Christian Koeb!

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Extremely Modified Citroen C1 Looks Like A Sick Halloween Joke 18
Nov
Posted by Brad Anderson in Citroen, Citroen C1, Citroen Videos, Galleries, Offbeat News, tuning, used cars, video on 11 18th, 2017


There are some weird and wacky cars out there, but this Citroen C1, currently up for grabs in Denmark, is unquestionably one of the most bizarre vehicles we’ve ever seen.

The Carscoops reader who found the C1 notes it is currently for sale on Aunsbjerg with an asking price of 35,000 DKK, or approximately $5,500.

Recently featured in the ‘My Crap Car’ YouTube series, the current owner of the little Citroen purchased it bone stock. Perhaps dissatisfied with its usability and benign design, he decided to totally transform the hatchback and turned it into a permanent droptop, transforming the body and creating something that would be perfect for a Halloween-themed Hollywood blockbuster.

He then casually decided to use an angle grinder to cut off the roof and make the driver’s door completely removable through a pair of hinges you’d expect to find in your house, not a car. Elsewhere, a bodykit has been fitted, 14-inch aftermarket wheels installed and spray paint applied to every square-inch of the exterior.

Since featured in the aforementioned video, the owner has slapped two turbochargers onto the 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine, creating an engine bay arguably more outlandish than Ken Block’s Hoonicorn V2.

Considering the fact that the vehicle has been so extensively modified (or ruined…), we can’t imagine it being easy to sell. Nonetheless, it’ll surely bewilder and mystify people wherever it ends up.

Hat tip to Christian Koeb!

VIDEO

PHOTO GALLERY



Citroen C1 Pacific Edition Is Exclusive To Italy 18
Jun
Posted by Brad Anderson in Citroen, Citroen C1, new cars on 06 18th, 2017


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.
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Suzuki Celerio Tops List Of Best First Cars To Own For New Drivers 9
Dec
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in Citroen C1, Dacia Logan, Dacia Sandero, Nissan Micra, Nissan Note, Peugeot 108, Reports, Seat-Ibiza, Study, Suzuki Celerio, Suzuki Swift, Toyota Aygo, UK on 12 9th, 2016


According to research conducted by HPI, a fifth (21%) of UK motorists have paid more for a vehicle than its true value.
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Citroen C1 Furio Gets A Sporty Look For Less 27
Jul
Posted by Carscoops Staff in Citroen, Citroen C1, new cars on 07 27th, 2016


The C1 is hardly the most performance-oriented model Citroën has ever offered. But at least it can look the part, in part.
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Citroen Launching Innovative Digital Campaign For The C1 1
Oct
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in Citroen, Citroen C1, Gadgets, Reports on 10 1st, 2015


One clever way to interact with images while browsing on your smartphone is by relying on its built-in gyroscope. With this in mind, Citroen has decided to bring the new C1 closer to our fingertips.
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Citroen To Debut C4 Cactus “Mehari Revisit” Variant At Frankfurt Motor Show 10
Aug
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in Citroen, Citroen C1, Citroen C4 Cactus, Frankfurt-Motor-Show, new cars on 08 10th, 2015


Confirming an older rumor, Citroen is in fact going to bring a C4 Cactus Mehari-like version to the Frankfurt motor show, although we don’t know if we should be excited or not yet.
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