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DS Automotive was first announced in the beginning of 2009 by Citroën as a premium sub brand added to its certain models, with DS being an abbreviation of Different Spirit.
The PSA Group is a French automobile manufacturer that initially consisted of three brands: Peugeot, Citroën, and Talbot. In 1976, the company began experimenting with differentiating the brands by price level, similar to Chevrolet or Volkswagen. However, neither brand had the strength to justify premium pricing. In 2010, the company launched the DS line, which is based on the design heritage of the original Citroën DS (1955–1975).
The DS line currently consists of the DS3 and DS4. PSA launched a new premium range called PSA Premium in 2020, including the luxury cars DS7 and DS9.
As you would expect from all luxury car manufacturers, high-quality materials on the interior and high levels of connectivity are par for the course. DS automobiles are no exception to this rule, adding a distinctly French flair.
DS’s involvement in Formula E racing has enabled them to develop highly efficient electric motors with optimised aerodynamics and heat management.
E-Tense is the designation for DS Automobile’s electric and plug-in hybrid range. The Hybrid system allows you to drive full electric mode in restricted low-emission zones and seamlessly move to the petrol engine when needed. You can regenerate the onboard battery by braking, decelerating, or plugging it into a charging point.
The DS3 Crossback, or New DS3 is a modern design high-tech 5-door compact SUV; it comes in a choice of petrol engines or the 100% electric EV, which has a potential range of up to 206 miles. This 100% electric power unit is part of the electric/plug-in hybrid versions with the E-TENSE designation. It’s available across the full range of DS automobiles.
DS4 is a compact hatchback similar in size to a Peugeot 308 or perhaps an Audi A3; it comes in three variants, with optional trim levels in each variant. These are the DS4, DS4 performance line, and the top-of-the-range DS4 cross. The powertrain for this vehicle is a plug-in petrol hybrid with an electric range of 40 miles* Co2 emissions of 30 g/km, stated fuel consumption of 217 mpg*, delivering an impressive 225bhp. The stylish interior has good standard equipment, including 17 “alloy wheels, a 10” HD touch screen, and rear parking sensors available even on the entry-level Bastille Plus.
The DS7 Crossback or New DS7 is a compact luxury crossover SUV with five trim levels, Performance, Performance line, Performance line+, Rivoli, Opera and Louvre.
There is an elevated level of specification and quality right across the range of the DS7. Even the entry-level Performance line has 19” diamond cut alloys, keyless start, a 12-inch digital instrument cluster, cruise control with speed limiter, rear parking sensors and 3D LED lights.
The long-wheelbase top-of-the-range DS9 is a luxury saloon in the traditional sense; it offers a spacious, sophisticated interior with stylish body lines on the exterior. This executive car comes in two trim levels, performance line plus and Rivoli, and they are only available as a plug-in petrol hybrid; however, you get two power units.
The E-Tense 250 has a 15.6kwh lithium battery power output of 250hp and a 0 to62 in 8.1 seconds. Fuel consumption combined is 235 mpg*, CO2 emissions 26g/km, and the electric mode range Is estimated between 38 and 43 miles*.
The E-Tense 4X4 360 has an 11.9Kw lithium battery with a 364HP 0 to 62 mph power output in 5.6 seconds. Fuel consumption combined is 156 mpg, * C02 emissions 42g/km. The electric mode range is estimated between 33 and 38 miles*. Both power units have regenerative braking and various drive modes, including an E-save function.
DS automobile brand sells itself on French style and chic, and it delivers; its connection to Formula E has helped to develop its plug-in hybrid engines and help to cement its sports-themed heritage.
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Definitely! With the amount of money that new cars can lose, leasing a DS makes a lot of sense. If you are not fussed about owning the vehicle at the end, it can be the cheapest way to get into a brand new DS.
DS was first announced at the beginning of 2009 by Citroën as a premium sub-brand of the company. And with the reputation Citroën have, you can be sure you're getting a good car when you go for a DS! DS have created a range of vehicles that find the perfect balance between economy, practicality and design.
Car leasing is simply a longer hire of a new car using a credit contract for a set period, usually between 2 and 4 years. They offer low fixed monthly rental payments until the end of the contract, and then you hand the car back.
New cars. The value of car leasing lets you drive the latest new cars for less, meaning warranty cover, the newest technology and safety advancements. It also protects the hirer from residual loss and market uncertainty plus the costs that ageing cars can give.