The twins Peugeot 108 and Citroen C1 will soon disappear, as control over the joint venture that produces them in the Czech Colin will completely go to Toyota. The Japanese will launch the “third” Aygo there, with an appearance in the style of the Aygo X prologue concept. But while the two “Frenchmen” still share the conveyor with the “second” Toyota Aygo and are present in the catalogs of two brands. And so Citroen decided to spur interest in the baby with the release of the C1 Millenium special series.
The edition received wheel arch extensions like the old Urban Ride, 15-inch Comet wheels and tinted windows.
The default Millennium is the two-tone Metropolitan Gray interior with Urban Ride Collection 2 fabric, which can be swapped out for Urban Blue with Square Blue fabric at no additional cost. Both salons in C1 Feel and Shine would require a surcharge of 150 euros, and in the initial C1 Live they are not available.
Like conventional C1 hatchbacks, the Millenium uses a 1.0 VTi 72 S&S three-cylinder engine (72 hp, 93 Nm) and a five-speed manual gearbox.
Millenium starts at 14,850 euros. It is based on the Feel package (from 14,250 euros) and boasts special exterior and interior decoration, leather on the steering wheel, 7-inch touchscreen, Mirror Screen interface, air conditioning and power mirrors and heated mirrors. Options: automatic air conditioning, rear view camera. The Citroen C1 Millenium will be delivered to dealers in France in June 2021.