Citroen unveils the limited-edition DS3 DS World Paris

Article by Christian A., on November 23, 2013

If you want an exclusive car, which is not too expensive we have great news for you as Citroen has just announced the DS3 DS World Paris. The first Citroen DS3 DS World Paris will be on display at the new venue in central Paris dedicated 100% to the DS universe. For those who don’t know, the opening of the DS World Paris will take place on 27 November.

Citroen will only produce 15 numbered units of the special DS3, each of them painted in matte ash gray coordinated with the Trinitario brown of the roof and wing mirror shells. Moreover, the limited edition models will feature 17-inch wheels with an original diamond effect that matches the roof and wing mirrors.

The theme is continued at the interior where the hatch comes with watchstrap upholstery developed by the Citroen’s craftsmen-upholsterers, dressed in Trinitario brown Nappa leather with beige overstitching.

Same leather is found on the dashboard insert, gear lever handle and central armrest. Each model will come with a numbered DS World Paris badge crafted in Burgundy oak. Thanks to an all-new technology, the wood decoration is inlaid in the leather dashboard insert. The same innovative touch is found on the door panels, is reminiscent of the atmosphere at the DS World Paris.

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Citroen DS3 DS World Paris

For the opening of the DS World Paris on 27 November, CITROËN is unveiling an all-new version of the DS3. The very first CITROËN DS3 DS WORLD PARIS will be on exclusive display at the new venue in central Paris dedicated 100% to the DS universe. To be produced in just 15 numbered units, the new DS3 is the last word in elegance and expresses all of CITROËN’s expertise through its exclusive colours and top-quality materials

“The CITROËN DS3 DS WORLD PARIS was designed exclusively to celebrate the DS World Paris,” says DS styling head Thierry Metroz.

Inspired by Art Deco architecture and reflecting French artisanal expertise, the CITROËN DS3 DS WORLD PARIS is a jewel of Parisian elegance. The exclusive model is cloaked in matte ash grey body paint perfectly coordinated with the Trinitario brown of the roof and wing mirror shells. The colours were created specially for the new model. The 17-inch wheels feature an original diamond effect that matches the roof and wing mirrors.

Refinement dominates inside in the shape of prestige materials. The seats boast watchstrap upholstery developed by the Brand’s craftsmen-upholsterers, here dressed in Trinitario brown Nappa leather with beige overstitching. The same top-quality leather graces the dashboard insert, gear lever handle and central armrest.

Each of the 15 models is unique, as evidenced in the numbered DS World Paris badge crafted in Burgundy oak. Using all-new technology, the wood decoration is inlaid in the leather dashboard insert. This innovative touch, also featuring on the door panels, is reminiscent of the atmosphere at the DS World Paris.

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