The French automaker will attempt to gatecrash the compact saloon market with two new models, namely the C-Elysee and C4 L, to tap into the most populous automotive segment in the world. The C-Elysee is Citroen
's version of the Peugeot
301 budget compact sedan, with the cars sharing the same body, but with bespoke fascia, tail lamps and wheels.
Citroen says the car will be manufactured in Spain and sold in Turkey, Spain, Central Europe and Algeria before year end.