You’ll never find out why this Citroën C2 is so nimble


Once the successor to the legendary Saxo, the Citroën C2 once made a huge debut, but in recent years, the French hatchback has begun to wear out of the public consciousness. However, a Croatian mountain racing team made one copy quite unique, starting with the fact that the hood hides the serial four-cylinder powerplant of the Suzuki GSX-R1000 motorcycle.

Thanks to the fact that the C2, which is cruelly stripped from the inside, weighs only 620 pounds, it soars with reality with a 202-horsepower engine at 11,000 rpm. Years ago, he transformed Citroën Davor and Luka Fabijančić for the sake of the Croatian Formula Driver Championship.

An internal camera recording was also found, from 2014:

The C2 was manufactured by Citroën from 2003 to 2009, with the three-door model later replaced by the DS3. During this time, it received several minor updates and creases, and performed well in the Euro NCAP crash tests. The 1.6-liter version of the C2 intake also gained a foothold in rallying: in 2005 Dani Sordo won the Junior WRC with it, and later Sébastien Ogier (2008) and Martin Prokop (2009) followed suit in Spain.

Several of the C2 were tested anno by the Lead team; both more solid and bolder – here you can read what we thought of them:


Source: Vezess by www.vezess.hu.

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