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Explore all the technical specifications of DS 9, from dimensions to available power units.
DS 9 dimensions
|Exterior width (With wing mirrors folded/wing mirrors open)||1932/2079mm|
|Front elbow room||1481mm|
|Rear elbow room||1451mm|
|Usable interior height||453mm|
|Boot volume (in litres)||510L|
|Number of seats||5|
POWER & FLEXIBILITY Available power
Enjoy incredible performance in perfect harmony with your environment thanks to E-TENSE plug-in hybrid power and PureTech petrol.
Choose a type of power and find the motor that matches it.
PureTech 225 Automatic
- 0 to 60 mph in 8.1 seconds
- Power: Petrol
- Capacity: 60 L (13.2 gallons)
- Transmission: Automatic
- Consumption (WLTP¹): 40.4 - 40.9 mpg
- Emissions: 155 - 159 g/km of CO₂
- 0 to 60 mph in 8.3 seconds
- Power: hybrid-petrol
- Capacity: 42 L (9.2 gallons)
- Transmission: Automatic
- Consumption (WLTP¹): 176.6 - 256.8 mpg
- Emissions: 33 - 35 g/km of CO₂
DS 9 E-TENSE The enjoyment of driving a flexible and powerful petrol plug-in hybrid
DS 9 is offered with two E-TENSE plug-in hybrid power units: a 225hp version and a 360hp* 4-wheel drive version, available later. The electric motor, used during periods of acceleration and up to 80 mph, enables you to set off in near silence towards a new driving experience.
*E-TENSE 4x4 360 available at a later date
At the wheel of DS 9, you have two driving modes with the petrol version: comfort and sport. In our E-TENSE plug-in hybrid version, enjoy three more modes, adapted to your driving style.
When you slow down, the kinetic energy from the wheels is converted into electricity. Doing this will increase the range of your batteries.
This lets you save energy so you can do the last miles of your journey in 100% electric Zero Emissions mode. It allows you to access towns and cities with Low Emission Zones (LEZ), where traffic is restricted.
COMFORT & SPACE The epitome of elegance and comfort
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¹ Figures shown for fuel consumption, CO₂ emissions and range conform to the WLTP test procedure on which new vehicles have been approved since 1st September 2018. The WLTP test replaces the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) which was the testing protocol used previously. With more realistic testing conditions, fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions measured to WLTP protocols are, in many cases, higher than those measured according to the NEDC procedure. Values for fuel consumption, CO₂ emissions and range can vary depending on conditions of use and different factors such as: frequency of charging, driving style, speed, specification, options, kinds of tyres, exterior temperature and temperature inside the vehicle. Ask your retailer for more information. More details here.