The DS Aero Sport Lounge proposes satin, straw and ultrasonic gesture control as the new French luxury

2020 DS Aero Sport Lounge concept (07) - front-on

Parent company PSA’s bid to make the historic DS name feel like a truly standalone new brand took another conceptual step in the right direction with its Aero Sport Lounge unveil this week. With the threat of virus contamination stopping real-world Geneva Motor Show proceedings Car Design News got on ...

“The Aero Sport Lounge is a new concept, not an SUV or an SUV coupe, but closer to a sedan with a high-driving position and a low roof silhouette, big 23-inch wheels and good ground clearance, Métroz said. “And we imagine this concept in production around 2024 or 2025.”

Whether you agree with that shape definition as ‘new’ or not, dimensionally the (notionally) 680hp luxury four-seater is five metres long, 2.10 metres wide, 1.58m high and a long three-metre-plus wheelbase – the latter length key to accommodating a large 110kWh battery for 400 miles of range.

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