After an impressive appearance in the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Divine DS Concept Car again stunned Londoners by taking an exclusive drive through the lush green Hyde Park. The sportier and ultra modern look of the car captured attention of many passers-by in London’s Hyde Park.
No doubt that Citroen Divine DS represents a vision of the future of the DS Brand, combining futuristic design with ultra modern technology. This car has a unique style and an impressive look with stand out exterior and an amazing interior design.
The Divine DS Concept is a 4-door compact car, 4.21m long and 1.98m wide. The design reflects a French elegance touch with diamond pattern front grill with DS emblem at the centre, Swarovski crystal coated headlights, door panels and dashboard. Viewed from the side, the sharp sweep of the side line is clearly visible which emerges from rear lights and taper away at the front. The chrome coated thick line on the lower panel highlights elegant and dynamic look of the car. The roof is unique and transparent with a diamond scaled pattern which extends over the rear window and can also be seen on the wing mirrors.
The avant – grade design interior features bold and high-tech layout with squared – off steering wheel, HD digital navigation screen, white gold central console with diamond shaped switches and digital watch, diamond shape sculpted leather dash sweep through past the front seats to the rear. The DS has worked with the famous Maison Lesage brand for an interior embroidery work on the dashboard and seats. The comfortable and sporty leather cover seats show the hints of famous DS watch strap design.
The Divine DS is equipped with Euro 6 compliant, 1.6 Liter – 270bhp turbocharged petrol engine for optimum performance and the car can achieve a top speed of 155 MPH. The Divine DS concept gives a glimpse of details and luxury of the future models of DS Automobile, which is preparing to launch six new production models by 2020. The concept car has already made its statement by standing out from the others at the backdrop of the historic Hyde Park.