The DS 9 station wagon will never appear as the premium car sub-brand Citroen is not interested in expanding the flagship model family with a second body type.
Technically, a station wagon could exist because it is built on the EMP2 architecture that is used in a large number of PSA vehicles, including the new generation Peugeot 508, which also comes in a station wagon.
“There will be no station wagon version (DS 9),” Jules Tilston, managing director of the brand in the UK, told Autocar. “This is an E-segment car, and although it is built on the EMP2 platform, it does not belong to the segment where there could be a station wagon version,” added the top manager, probably forgetting about the Mercedes E-Class station wagon and the Audi A6. .
The premium large sedan recently went on sale in the UK in two trim levels and four specifications. The Performance Line + has a starting price of £ 40,615 for the PureTech petrol model and £ 46,100 for the E-Tense.
The E-Tense powertrain family consists of two hybrids with a total output of 225 hp. and 360 hp. respectively, while the gasoline PureTech produces 225 hp
Depending on the version chosen, buyers are offered leather upholstery, Alcantara trim, massage seats, ambient lighting, premium sound system, level 2 semi-automatic driving and other options.
We also advise you to check out the detailed DS3 Crossback review from the FineAuto team:
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