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DS 4

DS Automobiles

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Production 2010–2018


Class Subcompact executive car (C)
Body Style 5-door hatchback
Length 4,400 mm (173.2 in)
Width 1,830 mm (72.0 in)
Height 1,470 mm (57.9 in)
Wheelbase 2,700 mm (106.3 in)
Weight 1,360–1,496 kg (2,998–3,298 lb)
Transmission 8-speed automatic
Engine Petrol:

1.2 L PSA EB2DTS Turbo I3

1.6 L PSA EP6FDT Turbo I4


1.5 L PSA DV5 BlueHDi I4



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The DS 4 (Citroën DS4 before 2015) is a subcompact executive car, and it is the second model in the luxury DS sub-brand created by Citroën, now an independent brand. Starting in 2021, it is currently in its second generation, which is based on an all-new EMP2 platform shared with the Opel Astra VI and Peugeot 308 III.

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The European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) (Europe’s rough equivalent to the United States’s IIHS) gave the DS4 one five-star rating overall. The Peugeot 508 was scored the same, with the only difference being a higher child occupant rating in the 508, and slightly higher pedestrian impact rating for the DS4.


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Second generation (2021)

The second generation DS 4 Hatchback was unveiled on 3 February 2021. It is meant as a replacement for the DS 5 which was discontinued in 2018 and is based on the PSA EMP2 platform of PSA Group. The car comes in three models, DS4 Crossback, DS4 Performance Line, and the main DS4 hatchback.

The car is intended to compete with the BMW 1 Series and Audi A3 hatchback, and will also compete with the Mercedes-Benz A-Class Hatchback.

DS 4 E-TENSE hybrid version will be available. As for gasoline engines, the DS 4 will have options of PureTech engines with a power of 130, 180, or 220 PS.

The 2021 DS 4 will go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2021. It was designed in Paris, but will be produced in Opel's Rüsselsheim plant.[10] The car will be launched in Egypt in the last quarter of 2021.

First generation (NX; 2010)


Based upon the Citroën C4 II, the first generation was officially launched internationally in March 2011, but already on sale in some countries by the end of 2010.[2] It features raised suspension to resemble a compact SUV and repositioned door handles to give it a coupé like silhouette.

The rear windows are fixed, and do not slide down or open outwards.

At launch, the petrol engines that powered the DS 4 were all a product of a collaboration between PSA and BMW, all being 1,598 cc four-cylinder, 16 valve units. The base VTi 120 was normally aspirated and put out 120 PS (88 kW). As its name implies it came with variable valve timing. The next engine up was the THP 155, essentially a turbocharged version of the VTi.

It put out 156 PS (115 kW) thanks to a twin-scroll turbocharger and dual overhead cams, and used a six-speed manual transmission. The most powerful engine option was the THP 200, a variation of the THP 155, but with an output of 200 PS (147 kW). Citroën initially offered two diesel engines in the DS 4 – the HDi 110, a 1,560 cc four-cylinder that put out 112 PS (82 kW) and the four-cylinder HDi 160 also found in the sedan Citroën C5. There was also a 2-liter diesel displacing 1,997 cc and producing 163 PS (120 kW).

The engine line up differs significantly. The DS 4 is available with Start&Stop technology and Citroën says that the battery has been optimised to withstand up to 600,000 starting cycles. The boot is 385 litres or 1021 litres with the back seats folded down. The DS 4's styling has been very well received by the international press.

2015 facelift

In August 2015, the facelifted DS 4 was announced by DS Automobiles, as part of their separation from Citroën to become a standalone brand. The revised model no longer featured Citroën badges, with the 'DS Wings' grille design. The facelift also introduces the DS 4 Crossback variation, fitted with large black wheels, wheel arch trims and roof bars.

The interior has been refined with door panels upholstered in Nappa leather while the seats are upholstered in semi-analine leather featuring a signature 'watch-strap' design. The DS 4 also features a panoramic windscreen offering 45 degree upward vision for greater visibility while both the driver and passenger have rigid individual blinds and folding sun shields.

Petrol engines included a 96 kW (131 PS) and 230 Nm 1.2-litre engine mated to a 6-speed transmission which was available on the hatchback and Crossback versions and a 121 kW (165 PS) and 240 Nm 1,6-litre engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. There was also a 1.6-litre engine offering 155 kW (211 PS) and 285 Nm of torque, only be available for the DS4 hatchback. Diesel engines includes a 88 kW (120 PS) and 300 Nm 1.6-litre engine mated to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission for both the hatchback and Crossback versions. There's also a 110 kW (150 PS) and 370 Nm 2.0-litre diesel engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission which is only available for the DS 4 hatchback. The diesel range is completed with a 2.0-litre diesel engine that offers 132 kW (179 PS) and 400 Nm of torque and is only available with a 6-speed automatic.


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See Also


PSA Peugeot Citroën

Peugeot | Citroën | Gefco | Motaquip

Current (Worldwide): C1 · C3 · C3 Pluriel · C3 Picasso · DS3 · DS3 R3 · C4 · C4 Picasso · C4 Grand Picasso · DS4 · C5 · C6 · C8 · C-Crosser · Berlingo · Jumpy · Jumper · C-Zero EV · AirCross . DS5

Current (China, DPCA): C2 · C-Quatre · C-Elysée · Fukang · Xsara Picasso · Nemo LCV

Historic: Type A · Type C · C2 . 7U · Traction Avant · TUB · TUC · 2CV · Acadiane · Ami 6 / Ami 8 / Ami Super · Axel · AX · BX · CX · C15 · C25 · C35 · Dyane · DS · ID · Evasion · FAF · GS · GSA · H Van · LN · LNA · M35 · Méhari · Saxo · SM · Visa · XM · Xantia · Xsara Picasso · ZX · DS Safari · Bijou · C-Triomphe · Xsara . Berlingo Electrique

Racing: U23 · Belphegor · Xsara WRC · C4 WRC · DS3 WRC

Concept: C-Metisse Concept · G Van Concept · Prototype C Concept · Prototype Y Concept · 2CV Pop Concept · GS Camargue Concept · C44 Concept · Karin Concept · Zabrus Concept · Activa Concept · C6 Lignage Concept · C-Airplay Concept · C-Buggy · C-Airdream · C-Airlounge · C-Sportlounge Concept · Renaissance 2054 Concept · C-Airscape Concept · Cactus-C Concept · NEMO Concept · Hypnos Hybrid Crossover Concept · GTbyCITROËN Concept · C4 WRC HYmotion4 Concept · DS3 Concept · DS Revolte Concept · DS High Rider Concept · Survolt Concept · GQbyCITROËN Concept · Metropolis Hybrid Sedan Concept

One-Off: U55 Cityrama Currus

Iran Khodro · Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën Automobile · Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile · Sevel

André Citroën Corporate website A division of Peugeot-Citroen PSA

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