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DS Automobiles is the latest to announce a new EV model for 2019

Citroen’s sub-brand #DSAutomobiles is the latest to announce that a new EV model for 2019. The somewhat less than catchily named DS3 Crossback E-Tense will be the wider PSA Group’s first entry in the EV market.   All cars badged with the DS marque will be EVs by 2025.   

No details on pricing yet but the car is marketed as a small, luxury, compact SUV with 180 miles of range which mirrors the new Nissan Leaf and may well be minimum that any new ‘affordable’ car will have to achieve.

It’s quite a nice looking car, and the interior is quirky and injects a bit of flair with which Citroen used to be associated.   

Have a look here.

With the choice of EV models increasing widely in 2019, your company car fleet might change. Contact us to see how you can charge EVs and generate the electricity for it here..


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