PSA doesn’t seem fond of the Geneva event, as at least two of its core brands will be absent.
The DS3 Crossback is the French automaker’s answer to the likes of the Audi Q2, BMW X2 and Mini Countryman.
DS TECHEETAH’s new FE20 car is based on last season’s championship winning FE19 model.
The DS 9 is very closely related to its PSA stablemate, and will be available with a 200 HP, 1.6 turbo four as well as a plug-in powertrain.
The all-electric crossover will cost UK buyers upwards of £32,350 after government incentives.
Euro NCAP has also tested the Mercedes B-Class, GLE, Skoda Scala, Kia Ceed and DS3 Crossback.
The DS 8 is expected to debut in China before the end of the year and come to Europe in 2020.
The DS3 Crossback doesn’t rely only on style and tech to stand out, as it also has very good handling.
Concepts don’t come much more interesting, or unlikely, than this DS sports car.
The base DS3 Crossback is available from £21,550, whilr the E-Tense EV will launch later this year.
Formula E’s fifth season is about to commence this Saturday on December 15.
PSA might choose not to bring Opel, either, but an official decision has yet to be announced.
Following a very impressive turnaround, PSA would consider new tie-ups.
French homegrown brand Citroen and their premium, standalone marque, DS, brought along…
Time to take a closer look into those fancy exhaust tip to see who’s faking it and who’s not.
DS3 Crossback E-Tense will offer over 186 miles of guilt-free motoring and make you feel like you sit inside a high fashion purse.
With an unusual exterior and a plush interior that’s full of diamond-shaped trim, the subcompact SUV looks quite posh.
The French premium SUV becomes the first plug-in hybrid model in the segment.
The next two years will bring 15 all-electric or plug-in hybrid models from Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall.
The all-new DS3 Crossback E-Tense can travel more than 280 miles on a single charge.