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Citroen and Daihatsu choose Scotland for model debuts

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Three unique Citroëns – the 'C5 by Carlsson', 'Clarion Picasso' and 'Maxo Saxo' – will be making their Scottish public debuts at this year's Scottish Motor Show 2001, running from November 9-18. The 3.0i V6 'C5 by Carlsson' is a one-off version of the C5 Estate created with the help of German tuning and modification specialists, Carlsson, and shows how the car can be transformed into a 'high-powered, executive express'.

The special version of the Picasso on display at the SECC – the 'Clarion Picasso' – showcases the latest in-car entertainment and navigation technology, and incorporates over £7,000 worth of equipment, such as DVD and CD players, satellite navigation, subwoofers and two TV monitors.

The 'Maxo Saxo', produced in association with Max Power magazine, is an example of a modified Saxo VTS, complete with £20,000 worth of interior and exterior reworking.

Daihatsu is bringing an exclusive offer to the Scottish Motor Show in the shape of a luxury special edition Terios. Based on the Terios EL, the Terios XS shares the same level of specification but adds full black leather trim for the same on-the-road price of £10,980. Available exclusively in Silver Mist metallic, the XS is distinguished by blue side stripes and a blue and white 'XS' badge on the rear.

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