Citroen has given us a first look at its new C3, set to reach the UK early next year.
It's a bit bigger than the outgoing model - around nine centimetres longer and four centimetres wider - and retains a similarly bubbly profile, though with a wider track and slightly tauter, sharper sheetmetal.
And a whole lot more glass. Check out that huge windscreen-slash-sunroof, which becomes progressively more tinted as it sweeps back over the driver's head. That's a lot of air, right there.
The C3's bigger footprint means more interior space - there's extra legroom in front and back, though bootspace remains the same at 300 litres.
It'll be green, too. From launch, we'll see a 90bhp HDI diesel which will emit just 99g/km of CO2, qualifying the C3 for free road tax. In 2011, we'll see second-generation stop-start technology lowering emissions to around 90g/km of CO2.
Before then, though, Citroen will offer the C3 with an all-new 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine, unrelated to the Toyota-PSA three-pot in the Aygo, C1 and Peugeot 107. It should manage CO2 emissions under 100g/km, the first time we'll see such impressive emissions from a non-hybrid petrol car.
Expect posher materials and improved noise insulation in the cabin, and - if you're feeling so inclined - an integrated air freshener. Mmm.
We won't see a three-door C3 as such - the upmarket DS3 will plug that gap in the Citroen line-up.