Citroën's supermini Saxo range will be replaced by two models, according to a report in the UK consumer magazine, Auto Express. It is reported that the new models' nomenclature will continue the 'C' naming theme of the C5, with a C2 and a C3. The C2 will be a 'sporty' 3-door model, while the C3 is a mini-MPV style 5-door model. Both cars have been given a relatively radical appearance and will be built on PSA's generic supermini platform - shared with the hugely successful Peugeot 206. In line with a broader industry trend typified by models like the Toyota Yaris, the new models have relatively high rooflines.