Report : 2014 Citroen DS SUV arriving in Europe

by SpeedLux

A new report indicates a production version of the Citroën DS Wild Rubis concept is likely to arrive in Europe soon.

When Citroën introduced the DS Wild Rubis at the Shanghai Auto Show in April they had stated that a production equivalent will be sold exclusively in the market of China. However, it seems that they have changed their minds as DS chief designer Thierry Metroz claimed that they can push it to Europe too if the model turns out to be successful in China where the DS brand is very popular.

The production model of the concept is likely to wear the DSX7 moniker and will utilize DS5’s platform once the final version of the car will be launched at the Beijing Motor Show that would be held next year. Other models planned as a part of the DS lineup consist of a BMW 5-Series competitor based on the interesting Numero 9 concept, along with a DS sedan the size of a Volkswagen Jetta.

Well the customers of Europe would be more than happy to get the model but will have to wait and see what response the company gets and whether it is able to get the same success that it has got in some of the large and growing Asian markets.

Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
Vector illustration of teamwork concept. Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
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