Citroën Teases New Production DS Model for Beijing Debut
Apr 09, 2014 20:05
Citroën will unveil a new production model for the Beijing Motor Show later this month. The automaker released a teaser image of the new DS brand model accompanied by a short press release that reads: “Meet us at the Beijing Motor Show to discover a new DS that marries power and refinement.”
The teaser could be the production version of the DS Wild Rubis SUV study unveiled last year in Shanghai.
The DS crossover is rumored to receive the X7 nameplate and is said to be available with three gasoline engines: a 200hp 1.6-liter turbo, a 163hp 1.6-liter turbo and a 139hp naturally-aspirated 1.8-liter unit.
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