The range explained… DS Automobiles
What's the difference between a DS 3 and DS 5? What's a Crossback? Find out all about cars from DS Automobiles in our handy guide.
The name harks back to the classic 1955 Citroen DS 19, a car that embodied French avant-garde motoring. Further DS-badged Citroens followed through the 1960s and the first half of the 1970s, and today are considered design icons. It’s that heritage that inspired today’s DS Automobiles.
Speaking of today's cars, let's look at the line-up...
BlueHDi: DS’ name for its diesel engines, named in part for the AdBlue additive that helps reduce emissions.
DS Assistance: DS’ accident and breakdown service, which offers free assistance in 44 European countries.
DS At Your Service: The helpline number for DS customers.
DS Club Privilege: A private members’ club for DS customers, featuring events and offers. You can only join within six months of your new DS delivery, and membership is valid for five years.
DS Commandes Speciales: A bespoke customisation service for DS customers that want to go a bit further than the standard options list. And are willing to pay for it.
DS Performance: The brand’s racing division
DS Rent: A DS car hire service.
DS Valet: As the name suggests, a service that will send a valet to pick up and bring back your car when it needs a service.
MyDS App: A smartphone app for iOS and Android that connects to your car, offering a range of services from letting you know where you car is parked, your mileage, fuel consumption and more.
PureTech: The name given to DS’ turbocharged petrol engines.