Citroën launches two new special editions of its DS3 hatchback, while the first production LaFerarri enters the used car market
Darren Moss
6 January 2014

Citroën has launched two new special editions of its DS3 hatchback. Special DStyle Pink and DSport Pink editions of the car start at £15,675 and £17,800 respectively, and feature new body colours with pink exterior and interior accents, as well as equipment upgrades.

Fisker Automotive is reportedly seeking a new buyer, rather than going through with its planned sale to the Chinese Wanxiang Group. Fisker claims Wanxiang was partly responsible for its bankruptcy in November, and that the company is now seeking to profit from the current situation. Instead, Fisker bosses want the company to go to a buyer in Hong Kong.

The first production LaFerrari has reached the used car market, and has gone on sale with a price tag of €2.38 million (around £2 million). The car is almost completely new, with just 124 miles on the clock. A McLaren P1 has also recently gone on sale in the used market.

Qoros has delivered its first car to a customer, six years after the formation of the brand. A Chinese customer became the first to own a Qoros car, and was handed the keys to a 3 saloon by Volker Steinwascher, vice chairman of the brand. Qoros will reveal a new model at the Geneva motor show in March.

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