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Citroën debuts two new models, the C-Elysée and C4 L. The C-Elysée is the Citroën flavored version of Peugeot's budget compact sedan, the newly announced 301. The two cars share the same body but bespoke fasicas, wheels and tail lamps.
The sedan model rides on a 2.65m long wheelbase and has large boot capacity of 506 litres. Depending on the market, the C-Elysée will be available with the latest generation VTi 97bhp petrol engine.
Citroën's second compact sedan is the C4 L, which is based on the firm's C4 hatchback. The C4 L is the first production Citroën to be designed by the brand's Shanghai style center in China.
Citroën says the C4 L will offer a "lounge-like rear compartment" with "wraparound seats, backrests inclined to 29° and headrests designed for added comfort". Available features include hands-free access and start, touch-screen GPS, reversing camera, fully heated windscreen and air ionizer