The enjoyment of driving a hybrid car

With DS plug-in hybrid cars, enjoy the pleasure of driving 100% electric, while doing longer journeys with complete peace of mind. The car effectively links an electric motor, ideal around town, with a petrol motor, useful for driving longer distances should you wish.
DS 7 E-TENSE 4x4 360
DS 7 E-TENSE 4x4 360, up to 360 horsepower, 4-wheel drive and 36 miles (WLTP¹ Combined Cycle) of range in electric mode. Our plug-in hybrid car also enjoys particularly good performance when moving off from standstill.

With the 225 hp plug-in hybrid engine, DS 4 E-TENSE combines low emissions and low fuel consumption: from 27g/km of CO2 and up to 232.3 mpg (WLTP¹ Combined Cycle). You can therefore drive in restricted areas such as Ultra Low Emissions Zones (ULEZ).

By automatically alternating between the 100% electric and 100% petrol phases, or by combining the two energies if necessary, the Hybrid mode adapts to all driving situations for optimum use of electric energy.

DS 9 E-TENSE is available with a choice of two power units (250 hp 2-wheel drive and 360 hp 4-wheel drive) with emissions ranging from 18g up to 35g/km of CO₂. With its two electric motors, one placed at the front and the other at the rear, the E-TENSE 4x4 360 power unit can reach up to 360 hp for remarkable performance.

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¹ The fuel consumption or electric range achieved, and CO2 produced, in real world conditions will depend upon a number of factors including, but not limited to: the accessories fitted (pre and post registration); the starting charge of the battery (PHEV only); variations in weather; driving styles and vehicle load. The plug-in hybrid range requires mains electricity for charging. The WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure) is used to measure fuel consumption, electric range and CO2 figures. Figures shown are for comparison purposes and should only be compared to the fuel consumption, electric range and CO2 values of other cars tested to the same technical standard. The figures displayed for the plug-in hybrid range were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel. Information correct at time of going to print. More details on WLTP can be found here.