DS 7 Crossback At Geneva – Images & Videos
The DS 7 Crossback arrived at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show this week as first DS to be available in both conventional and plug-in hybrid version. It will arrive in the spring of 2019. For many of us (as we saw in the comments to our debut post) it’s inconceivable that so many European manufacturers have developed or are developing plug-in SUVs, in stark contrast to the Americans (here we must cast a meaningful glance on GM, Ford, and Chrysler). Since there’s an SUV wave in Europe, automakers there are trying to ride it.
In the case of the DS 7 Crossback PHEV, our thoughts turn to the 13-kWh battery and whether it will be enough, especially in 2019, for such big car. The generous NEDC rating will be 37 miles (60 km) of all-electric range.
DS 7 Crossback PHEV
- 13-kWh battery for up to 37 miles (60 km) of all-electric range
- 300 hp system output – 200-hp petrol engine, new-generation 8-speed Efficient Automatic Transmission (EAT8), and two 80-kW electric motor: one on the front axle and one on the rear axle
- A full charge in 2.5 hours using a 6.6-kW on-board charger
Here we have live photos and videos from the stage:
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