2017 Citroën Elysee is a compact-class car with stepped tail, which was produced from 2002 to 2013 specifically for the Chinese market. The Dongfeng Peugeot Citroën Automobile, a joint venture between the French PSA Group ( Peugeot – Citroën ) and the Chinese manufacturer Dongfeng Motor, took over production and sales. The design of the Elyseé came from the PRC and is a further development of the Citroën ZX. Many parts, including the dashboard, came from the Citroën Xsara. The equipment included ABS, a power steering, power windows, central locking and a CD radio.
The Citroën Elysée was designed in China and is derived from the Citroën ZX, with many parts (including the dashboard) taken from the Citroën Xsara. The sedan version derives between a mixture of the ZX and the Peugeot 306. In 2008 it was made a restyling to the model and was added the letter C in front of the name Elysée.
A model almost identical to the Peugeot 301, since both models have been developed together. The Citroën C-Elysée was also presented at the Paris Motor Show in 2012. Citroën created this model for export to countries such as Turkey, Chile, Romania, Greece and the Czech Republic. This vehicle is manufactured in Spain at the Vigo plant, it also has ‘Low Cost’ construction values, so it can not carry some optional elements that the current generalists carry.
The audio system, radio, CD player and computer on board, has no possibility to mount navigation system and is the same as the wrong units of the ‘Peugeot’ and ‘Citröen’. It is equipped as standard with ABS, ESP, dual airbag, electric windows, air conditioning, central locking, and radio.
According to version, adds digital controls for the AC, side airbags, Bluetooth, sensors of recoil, among other things. In the IAA, the competition version of the C-Elyssée was presented, which participated in the WTCC, version with which Jose Maria López was the champion of the season.