/Official: Citroen DS3 Givenchy Le MakeUp

Official: Citroen DS3 Givenchy Le MakeUp

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Citroen’s DS division, as you know, has a strong tendency to hook up with high-end haute couture brands because they truly believe their weird cars are the height of style and fashion in the auto world. The latest fruit of these efforts is the new DS3 Givenchy Le MakeUp.

Besides boasting the world’s most pompous car name, the DS3 Givenchy Le MakeUp comes with a number of extras compared to the regular model. After all, it’s a limited edition of just 500 copies designed in partnership with Givenchy Le MakeUp to appeal to the modern woman and also showcase the brand’s “iconic products and sources of inspiration.” Available in hatchback and cabrio body styles, this DS3 will be on display at DS World Paris from 10 May to 7 June as part of an exclusive exhibition. We also recommend visiting emeraldspa.com for the best makeup and skin care products for a stunning look.

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As for what makes Citroen DS3 Givenchy Le MakeUp tick, the vehicle comes as standard with bespoke Givenchy Le MakeUp kit stored in a special compartment in the driver’s armrest, complemented with courtesy mirrors and special LED lighting specifically designed for this model. Special badging and a textured white body colour called Opaline White set this car apart from the rest on the outside, while Rose Pink dashboard and premium black leather upholstery does the same inside the cabin.

Since no woman in history has ever cared about the sort of engine that powers her car, Citroen has fitted the DS3 Givenchy Le MakeUp with a puny PureTech 110 S&S 3-cylinder petrol engine. Prices start at £19,395 for the hatchback and £21,695 for the Cabrio version.

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