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One model that is set to make its world debut in Paris and which holds particular interest for us is the V-8-engined version of the Ferrari GT4C Lusso, which itself is a derivation of the Ferrari FF that we have previously test-driven and reviewed.Although the closed-top version of the hypercar has been discontinued, a limited-run roadster version of the car featuring the same 950bhp V12-based powertrain may make its debut in Paris.Obviously, with France being the home of the Paris motor show, it makes sense that French marques will want to flaunt their stuff, and one of the more remarkable designs making its debut in the City of Light is the new Citroen C3, a boldly styled five-door hatch that is ready to replace the marque's best-selling model.The three-door hatchback will be dropped from the i30 lineup, with the new model being offered as a five-door hatchback, an estate and a four-door coupe.
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