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Numéro 9

Numéro 9 (France, 2012)

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The Numéro 9 is a concept launched by Citroen in 2012 and its goal is to start producing the car in the near future as the DS9.

Citroën says that the design of the new car is supposed to both echo the current design of DS cars and move it forward. It's body is meant to appear like a shooting brake, until you look closer and notice the hidden handles for the rear doors. The car sits just 1.27m high but is 4.9m long with 21in wheels. The roof has three glass panels to give structural rigidity but give occupants natural light.

The front end of the Numéro 9 will be the new look for all future DS models. The grill is wide and incorporates the head lights and front air dam. In the case of the Numéro 9, it has full LED headlights with just the lights on the extreme edges being used as daytime running lights.

The Numéro 9 is a plug-in full-hybrid with a 50km pure electric range. It has 295hp from a 1.6 THP petrol engine but produces just 39g/km of CO2 and uses 1.7l/100km of petrol. It takes 5.4 seconds to get to 100km/h.

The production version is designed to use either a petrol or diesel engine combined with a 70hp and 200Nm electric motor powering the rear axle. Citroën claims this motor can be charged to full power in 3.5 hours on a domestic socket. The car's computer systems determine if front- or all-wheel drive is necessary and switch between the systems on the fly.



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