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Citroën DS 6WR

Citroën DS 6WR (France, 2014-present)

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CitroënCitroënCitroënFrance, 1919 > present99 models
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launched the DS 6WRDS 6WR e-THPCitroën DS 6WR e-THPFrance, 2014 > present3 photos
at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show. It is the first SUV from the DS range and it is strongly inspired by the Wild RubisDS Wild RubisCitroën DS Wild RubisFrance, 2013 > 201318 photos
concept.

After the DS 5 and DS 5LS, the DS 6WR becomes the third model to be produced by Citroën in China. According to the French brand the premium SUV is expected to offer a combination of the versatility of a SUV and the sophistication and refinement of the DS range.

The DS 6WR is 4550mm long, 1860mm wide and 1610mm high, which makes it slightly longer, wider, but shorter than the Peugeot 5008. The vehicle drives on 19-inch wheels.

To optimize traction, without equipping it with an all-wheel drive system, the Citroën DS 6WR is fitted with the Grip Control technology. Besides the advantages in driving this system also reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

Due to be launched in the Chinese market by the end of this year, the DS 6WR is available with two four-cylinder engines of 1.6 liters, with 160 and 200hp. Both engines are combined with an automatic six-speed gearbox.

In terms of design the DS 6WR receives some of the features premiered on the DS 5LS. The "DS Wings" fascia with two chrome wings that extend out to the side lighting clusters continues to spread on the new sub-brand DS.



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