DS 9 sedan launches ahead of Geneva Show

DS 9 (6)

Citroën’s premium brand gets a new flagship executive sedan in the 2020 DS 9

We’ve been led to believe it was coming for years. Since the exit of the wonderful but underappreciated Citroën C6, the French manufacturer has toyed with a spiritual successor, giving us concepts such as the 2010 Metropolis, the 2012 Numéro 9 and the 2016 CXperience. Meanwhile, their DS3, 4 and 5 were spun off into a new premium brand, after which the DS Divine concept hatchback set out the design template for the new generation of DS models, resulting in new crossovers to help build an audience – especially in China.

Now, 65 years after the original took the world by storm at the 1955 Paris Motor Show, there is a new DS-badged flagship limousine: the 2020 DS 9.

However, maybe don’t go overboard with comparisons to the Goddess of yore here…

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