Citroen unveils new look for C-Elysee WTCC

Citroen Racing reveals a new look for its C-Elysee ahead of the 2016 WTCC, as it looks to make it three world titles in a row.
Citroen has pulled the wraps off its C-Elysee for the 2016 World Touring Car Championship as it sets its sights on a third consecutive title.

Having debuted in 2014, Citroen has dominated WTCC for the past two seasons – locking out the top four positions last year -, but heads into 2016 having slimmed down its operation to just two factory entries.

Sporting a revised, predominantly red livery with a dark grey front-end, the C-Elysee offers a more striking look than the previous two seasons.

2014 and 2015 champion Jose Maria Lopez and Yvan Muller will lead Citroen's challenge this season, while Sebastien Loeb Racing will enter three cars for Mehdi Bennani, Sebastien Loeb and Gregoire Demoustier.

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Citroen Racing reveals 2016 C-Elysee WTCC challenger
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Michel Vaillant - Alain Menu
John Filippi - Sebastien Loeb Racing
Ryo Michigami, Honda Racing Team JAS [Credit: WTCC]
Rob Huff - Munnich Motorsport Citroen C-Elysee
Medhi Bennani, Sebastien Loeb Racing Citroen, WTCC [Credit: WTCC media]
Nestor Girolami, Polestar Cyan Racing Volvo, WTCC [Credit: WTCC]
Tom Chilton, Sebastien Loeb Racing Citroen [Credit: XPB]
Tom Coronel, Roal Chevrolet [Credit: WTCC media]
Gabriele Tarquini, Lada, Moscow [Credit: WTCC media]
Nicky Catsburg, Lada, WTCC [Credit: WTCC media]
Nicky Catsburg, Lada, WTCC [Credit: WTCC media]
Jose Maria Lopez, Citroen, [Credit: WTCC media]
Jose Maria Lopez - Citroen Racing [credit: Florent Gooden / DPP]
Jose Maria Lopez, Citroen, [Credit: WTCC media]
Rob Huff - Castrol Honda Civic
Rob Huff - Castrol Honda Civic

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