Citroen DS3 Cabrio DStyle by Benefit revealed
The fourth Citroen DS3 designed with cosmetics firm Benefit will cost from £18,745
Citroen has released details of the latest model to be designed in collaboration with Benefit Cosmetics. The DS3 Cabrio DStyle by Benefit is the fourth Citroen model to get an overhaul courtesy of the cosmetics company and features design cues 'inspired' by a particular Benefit product. The car is on sale now and costs £18,745.
The special edition model is painted in Polar White and has a black roof with splashes of Fushcia Pink on the door mirrors, wheel centre caps and Benefit badge on the back of the car. It also gets black 17-inch alloy wheels and Citroen's City Signature pack, which includes air conditioning, rain sensitive wipers, electrically heated and folding doors mirror and interior mood lighting.
The theme of gloss white, black and Fuschia Pink touches continues inside with the floor mats, dashboard, air vent surrounds and gear stick. Under the bonnet is a 1.6-litre petrol engine that produces 120bhp linked to a five-speed manual gearbox.
As with previous Benefit special editions, the DS3 Cabrio DStyle will come with a bag of Benefit products, including the 'Stay Flawless' primer for which this latest special edition is essentially an advert.
Citroen DS3 Noire by Benefit
The previous model designed in association with Benefit Cosmetics was revealed at the beginning of July and is called the Citroen DS3 Noire by Benefit. It joined the DSign by Benefit and DStyle by Benefit models and has a basic price of £14,995.
The DS3 DSign Noire features metallic black paintwork with grey fishnet-style graphics on the roof. Benefit Cosmetic’s logo appears on the door pillars and black 17-inch alloy wheels and orange door mirrors are fitted.
Inside, the car features more Benefit logos, sports seats trimmed with suede-like Alcantara and bespoke floor mats. A Benefit makeup bag, designed to fit in the glovebox, is filled with more than £100 worth of Benefit cosmetics.
Other equipment includes LED front and rear light units, air-con and an upgraded audio system which has Bluetooth and USB connectivity and a bass subwoofer speaker in the boot.
The DS3 DSign Noire is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine connected to a manual gearbox.
For more information on the current Citroen range, including a video review of the Citroen DS3 hatchback, visit the Carbuyer Citroen reviews page.
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