Citroen's C1 special editions
17 July 2006

This is Citroen's special edition of its C1 city car - the C1 Airplay.

The Airplay is designed to fit in with the MP3 generation - it comes with an iPod nano with 1GB of memory, and its own docking station so you can play your iPod's tunes through the stereo.

Prices are set at £6,495 for the three-door and £7,145 for the five-door, but £70 extra gets you these side decals in various different hues. In addition to the iPod, the Airplay's kit includes remote central locking and front electric windows. Citroen is also launching a three-door version of the C1 Rhythm. Costing £6,875, the Rhythm has ABS with brakeforce distribution, remote central locking, an MP3-playing CD player and - for those trying really hard - cornering stability control.

Both models will be launched at the British Motor Show, which starts on Thursday. will be there with the latest launch news and interviews with designers and industry heavy-hitters.

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