|Citroën has truly become Europe’s styling leader for small cars, and the C1 is no exception. Although essentially the same car as its Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 107 counterparts (due to joint development between the companies), the C1 easily has the best lines of the bunch. The Citroën family styling works well on the C1, which is a tiny car by any measure but whose styling gives it outsized character—and an outsized grille. What’s not outsized is the weight—at just 1,800 lbs., the C1 is one of the lightest cars on the road. Less weight means that each horsepower has less to pull around—with just 68 horsepower on tap, the weight savings makes a big difference. Keep the momentum up and the C1’s predictable handling may carry you to victory over other heavier competitors.|
— Official description 
Along with its Peugeot and Toyota counterparts, Citröen received a facelift in 2009, where the front bumper was replaced with a different design; keeping in line with Citröen's family look and trim levels were refreshed.
A second facelift followed in March 2012, where the C1 received: new LED lights, a new bumper, improved fuel economy, a new CD player and a new style steering wheel; as well as being made available in a new colour, Botticelli Blue. Production of the first generation model lasted from 2005-2014.
A second generation model was introduced in 2014, and was first revealed at the Geneva Motor Show the same year, like the first generation model had been 9 years earlier.
|Conversion - Engine|
|1.6L I4 - Turbo (DS3)|
|Conversion - Aspiration|
|Single Turbo, Twin-Screw Supercharger, Centrifugal Supercharger|
|2010s||C1 · DS3 · DS3 Racing · DS4|