Citroën goes surfing with Rip Curl

Citroën and the world famous surf brand, Rip Curl, have joined forces to create the C4 Cactus Rip Curl Special Edition, which will arrive in Ireland this October and is available to order now.

Citroën and the world famous surf brand, Rip Curl, have joined forces to create the C4 Cactus Rip Curl Special Edition, which will arrive in Ireland this October and is available to order now.

The car will feature unique interior and exterior styling elements to complement the adventurous nature of the model with Rip Curl graphics on the wings and rear quarter-lights, white roof rails and door mirrors, orange seatbelts, orange detailing on the audio speakers, and orange-trimmed carpet mats.

This Special Edition also introduces Grip Control to the C4 Cactus range for the first time. This intelligent traction system allows drivers to select different modes to deal with the types of surfaces encountered as part of an adventurous outdoor lifestyle, such as snow, mud and sand. The Special Edition also features 17-inch diamond cut ‘Cross’’ alloy wheels with Goodyear 4 seasons Mud+Snow tyres.

The C4 Cactus Rip Curl Special Edition will offer customers a choice of two engines, the award-winning PureTech 110 S&S and the Blue HDi 100. No price has yet been announced for the car.


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