Crossover DS 7 Crossback has acquired a special version of Ligne Noire (“Black Line”), developed for Europe. It differs from conventional counterparts in Gloss Black trim on the edging of the side windows, the strip on the tailgate and the frame of the lamps, as well as on the roof rails. The equipment corresponds to the Bastille + line, but to it are added DS Active LED Vision turning lights, parking sensors front and rear, a rearview camera, aluminum pedals and footrests, 19-inch Roma alloy wheels. And in the hybrid variants, the list also includes a camera-controlled adaptive suspension and laminated glass front and rear for better noise isolation.
It’s not the first time that DS 7 Crossback gets a special variation. So, in the fall of 2020, the Louvre series was released. In general, last year Europeans bought 24,087 copies of DS 7. For five months of 2021 – 9863 (+ 2.4% over the corresponding period of 2020).
Contrary to the name of the series, the body color is not necessarily black. There are six colors to choose from: Perla Nera Black, Platinum Gray, Ink Blue, Pearl White, Cristal Pearl and Artense Gray.
The customer can choose from two interiors: with grained nappa leather in Pearl Gray or Basalt Black. In any case, there will be diamond stitching, leather steering wheel, power seats, B.R.M R180 watch.
The special version can be equipped with conventional diesel (BlueHDi 130 Automatic, 1.5, 130 HP, 300 Nm) and gasoline (PureTech 180 Automatic modification, 1.6, 181 HP, 250 Nm) engines, or it can be plug-in to the outlet with a hybrid E-Tense 225 or E-Tense 4×4 300 (both with a 1.6 engine, combined output of 225 and 300 “horses”, 360 and 520 Nm). The price range in France is from 45,500 to 61,400 euros. Ligne Noire will be sold online, with delivery to the customer’s address.
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