Tens of thousands of car enthusiasts will be heading to Britain’s biggest modified car show - Max Power Live - at the Birmingham NEC this weekend (1-3 July) for three days of motoring madness, and Citroen is adding to the mayhem with the show debut of two one-off modified C2 superminis.
The Citroen stand will host the unveiling of a C2 Junior World Rally Championship replica alongside a specially commissioned C2 Ninja, worth £20,000. With its turbo-charged engine, capable of returning up to 150hp, bulging body kit, flared wheel arches, spoilers and enormous 18" alloy wheels, the C2 Ninja is sure to be one of the stars of the show.
The recently launched C1 city car will also be present, this time wearing a specially designed, bright and stylish outfit. Another show highlight will see renowned stunt driver, Paul Swift, putting a C2 VTS, specially modified by L.A.D. Motorsport, onto two wheels whilst performing in front of the crowd at the Citroen co-sponsored Cruise Strip.
The show opens at 9.00am each day and tickets cost £25 on the door, but with the opportunity to enter a competition on the Citroen stand to win a stunning C4 VTS Coupe, worth over £17,000, it could prove to be money well spent.Published 28 June 2005