The DS 4 facelift has been unveiled and surprisingly it has gained a new member called “Crossback.” Both body styles wear the most recent interpretation of the DS Wings corporate front grille and the cars also have LED Vision headlights while the hatchback will be offered with two-tone paint schemes which enable up to 38 possible combinations. There are some new hues added to the range, such as the Tourmaline Orange, Platinum Grey and Artense Grey which bring the total to 9. Moreover, clients can choose from Virtual Blue, Whisper Purple, Perla Nera Black or Tourmaline Orange for the hub caps, side mirrors, roof and rear spoiler.
As for the aforementioned Crossback, this has a 30mm increased ground clearance and adopts plastic cladding on the wheel arches while the roof-mounted rear spoiler has been finished in black. We also notice the grey roof bars and a lightly modified rear end to make the crossover version stand out even more compared to the regular hatchback.
The DS 4 facelift will be available with the following engines: PureTech 130 S&S (130 PS & 230 Nm), THP 165 S&S (165 PS & 240 Nm), THP 210 S&S (210 PS & 285 Nm), BlueHDi 120 S&S (120 PS & 300 Nm), Blue HDi 150 S&S (150 PS & 370 Nm) and BlueHDi 180 S&S (180 PS & 400 Nm). Depending on engine choice, DS is offering a six-speed manual gearbox and a six-speed automatic.