10/4/2018

From La Maison Citroën

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Jean-Charles de Castelbajac is a Morocco-born French fashion designer who has created outfits from people ranging from Madonna to Pope John Paul II.

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Jean-Charles de Castelbajac is a Morocco-born French fashion designer who has created outfits from people ranging from Madonna to Pope John Paul II. At the forthcoming Paris Motor Show a new de Castelbajac design will be on display, not on a catwalk but probably on a turntable in the Citroën display: the C3 JCC+. This limited-edition vehicle—limited, as in 99 of them will be built—is primarily different from a high-end Shine trim package C3 with the exterior color execution, as in a Perla Nera Black body, Aden Red roof with a chevron pattern on top, black Airbumps, black 17-inch alloy wheels with yellow wheel caps, and blue fog light surrounds, most notable.

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Jean-Charles de Castelbajac and the C3 JCC+

The interior repeats the black, red, yellow, blue theme.

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Not only will the C3 JCC+ be limited in number, but it will go on sale in France in November through the citroen.fr website and only be available on line.

How very avant-garde of them.

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