Citroën’s second upmarket DS model made its public debut at the Paris Motor Show, alongside the new C4 on which it is based.
Sporting a coupé-like profile, the DS4 follows in the footsteps of the DS3 launched earlier this year, and which has helped give the range a more appealing high-end option for user choosers.
The five-door DS4 is surprisingly practical for a car that looks like a coupé, with three rear seats and a decent-sized luggage compartment.
Although it shares many components with the new C4 hatchback, the DS4 has its own look and will offer petrol and diesel engines ranging from 110bhp to 200bhp.
The 1.6 HDi will also be available as an e-HDi model offering fuel-saving automatic stop-start.
New-to-sector features include massaging front seats, while the DS4 is also available with a sophisticated new audio system.