This means the C3 gets faux-SUV black plastic body cladding, a raised ride height and the firm’s trademark Airbump door inserts.
Claimed to measure in at 3990mm long, 1750mm wide and standing 1470mm tall, the new C3 is 49mm longer, 22mm wider but some 68mm lower than the car it replaces.
nside, common themes with the Cactus include the strap-like door handles, floating infotainment/HVAC screen and some of the textures. The LCD screen is eschewed for a more conventional set of dials, while the vents appear to have oval rings for added flair. Leather appointments add a premium feel here too.
Physically, the C3 will be 3990mm long, 1470mm tall and 1750mm wide. One of the best features will be an integrated dashcam which will no doubt see an increase in YouTube moments.
We’re still waiting on the exact details but it appears the subcompact hatch will be 13.09 feet (3.99) meters long, 12.30 feet (1.75 meters) wide, and 4.82 feet (1.47 meters) tall with a wheelbase of 8.33 feet (2.54 meters). The C3 is also going to boast a reported cargo capacity of up to 10.6 cubic feet (300 liters). Engines haven’t been confirmed either but we’re expecting a plethora of known powertrains – such as the 1.2-liter three-cylinder with 82 horsepower and 110 hp. The Diesel side should have the 1.6-liter BlueHDi delivering 5 hp, 99 hp, and 120 hp.