HEAVEN-SCENT OP­POR­TU­NITY

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Drive Way -

NEW colours – and now, also a sexy smell – are among the fea­tures of the forth­com­ing newlook Citroen DS 3 hatch and cabri­o­let.

Scented roof de­cals, de­vel­oped in Australia and ac­ti­vated by sun­light, will come in a range of scents that can be se­lected by the owner.

The new ex­te­rior scent com­ple­ments the ex­ist­ing in-built dash-mounted scent dis­penser avail­able on all DS 3s.

Ac­ces­sories manager Juan Aeprul said the in­no­va­tive de­cals added a sen­sory ex­peri- ence to the com­pact hatch and cabri­o­let.

“We be­lieve this new fea­ture will put us on the radar of buy­ers who may not have con­sid­ered a DS be­fore,” Aeprul said.

“The DS 3 is al­ready a highly in­di­vid­u­alised ve­hi­cle of­fer­ing over 200 pos­si­ble colour com­bi­na­tions.”

Scented roof de­cals will also be joined by non-scented op­tions to al­low style-driven DS 3 buy­ers to en­sure no two cars are ever quite the same, thanks to the wide range of colours avail­able for each de­cal de­sign.

The themes in­clude but­ter­flies, che­quer­board, Union Jack, leop­ard print, jig­saw and birds and leaves.

Or you can stand out from the crowd in a more sub­tle man­ner via the new op­tional roof colour, Vert Emer­aude, or Emer­ald Green.

Vert Emer­aude sounds so much more up­mar­ket.

The new DS 3 is set to ar­rive in a cou­ple of weeks, when pric­ing and spec­i­fi­ca­tion de­tails will be avail­able.

One of the many colour­ful ways to in­di­vid­u­alise the new DS 3.

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