DS 5 (2015)

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    DS 5 (2015)

    #141040
    #141041

    Que penita esa parrilla que no le pega ni con cola. El nuevo interior de los faros no está mal y el resto sigue igual, así que tampoco ha sido un gran destrozo.

    #141042

    El destrozo es contenido, pero es destrozo. Se lo acaban de cargar. Una pena.

    Sorento, Q3, X5… parece que la parrilla cromada hasta los pilotos es el nuevo elemento de moda como lo fueron los pilotos transparentes en su época….

    #141043
    #141044

    vaya acabado en el volante con una holgura tremenda en los mandos del lateral izquierdo

    #141045

    Bueno, me esperaba aún mayor destrozo… Pienso que este proyecto de restyling era un poco complicado, sobretodo para que quedase “bien” esa calandra tan grande. En parte hay que entender, que dónde mejor les funciona la gama DS es en China y de ahí estos “chinazos” con los frontales. También debemos alegrarnos en parte, porque ya los separan de Citroen y empezarán a operar cómo DS.

    En cuanto al interior, le ha venido bien aligerar el panel central eliminando los botones del sistema multimedia.

    #141046

    Como Citroen lo prefiero infinitamente a DS.
    Aun no le veo el sentido a esto de crear la marca DS. Si fuera solo para China, esta bien, pero….

    #141047

    Como Citroen lo prefiero infinitamente a DS.
    Aun no le veo el sentido a esto de crear la marca DS. Si fuera solo para China, esta bien, pero….

    Toyota tiene la suya con Lexus y Nissan con Infinity… es normal que quieran segregar la gama.

    #141048

    Nota de prensa, en inglés
    New DS 5 is defined by its avant-garde styling. It combines dynamic performance, refinement and attention to detail with a range of advanced technologies. It embodies all the attributes of present and future DS vehicles.

    This DS flagship model introduces the brand’s stand-alone identity, gains an impressive new front end and numerous other revisions that make it a true DS.

    Alongside New DS 5’s additional features, such as the sculpted, vertical grille with the DS monogramme in the centre, the Xenon Full LED headlights, a new touchdrive interface and a new range of high-performance engines, New DS 5 maintains all the qualities it is already renowned for. These qualities include exterior lines that defy convention, an exceptional interior and exterior design with refinement in every detail and the model’s characteristic ‘cockpit’ driving position.

    From Europe to China, DS 5 has made an impression on the motoring public. New DS 5 is setting its sights even higher with a new front end, styling that remains avant-garde, attention to detail throughout, driving behaviour worthy of a DS and advanced technology in both design and function.

    New DS 5 will be unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, with this new model set to arrive in UK showrooms in July 2015.

    “The New DS 5 is more than just a new car. It is the car introducing our brand identity. Sixty years on from the original DS, the new DS 5 carries all the genes of DS. Above all, it is a clear statement of our ambition: to revive the tradition of French premium vehicles.” – Yves Bonnefont, CEO of the DS brand.

    A NEW FACE FOR A NEW BRAND

    “Referred to as a concept car on wheels, the DS 5 is a unique creation with expressive, hypnotic styling. For the new DS 5 we wanted to maintain the strong points that are a key part of its identity, while giving further emphasis to DS styling cues. The most symbolic example of course is the front end.” – Thierry Metroz, Head of DS Styling.

    The front end styling is a key feature on all premium vehicles. With New DS 5 the car’s face gains even more character and prestige. The vertical grille proudly incorporates the ‘DS Wings’ signature, which extends as two shafts of light into the new headlamp design.

    Like DS 3 and DS 3 Cabrio, New DS 5 features the brand’s new light signature, with headlights combining LED and Xenon technologies, along with scrolling indicators. Designed to resemble jewels in their settings, these headlights are a key feature of the car’s front end. Meeting high standards in lighting quality, they also illustrate the refinement and attention to detail of New DS. Launched on DS 3 last July, this headlamp design will ultimately feature on all DS models.

    ‘AVANT-GARDE’ DESIGN

    The new face goes hand-in-hand with the vehicle’s avant-garde styling. Whether viewed from the front, side or rear, New DS 5 is immediately recognisable. From the side, the key styling feature is the slender, chrome sabre running from the tip of the headlamp to the front window. The rear view further underlines the status of the car, with its wide tracks, striking rear light signature and twin tailpipes integrated within the rear bumper.

    A HIGH-TECH PRODUCT

    “Right from the start, the DS 5 expressed a new take on the premium segment. A vehicle that is different to the rest, one that can’t be placed in any category. For me, it’s a mix of refinement and technology. Two key words that take on their full meaning with the new DS 5 because the upgrades are in the details of the car, as is frequently the case with premium brands!” – Eric Apode, Vice President, Products & Business Development.

    A ‘cockpit’ style driving position

    The interior of New DS 5 brings to mind the world of aerospace design. The most symbolic feature is the cockpit roof. With its three light wells, the roof creates a unique ambience that can be tailored to individual requirements, day or night. The driving position was designed 100% around the driver. The main controls are grouped on two centrally positioned consoles, one at a low level near the gear selector and one overhead. Both incorporate specially designed buttons, dials and toggle switches that were inspired by the aerospace industry.

    A touchdrive interface for simplified ergonomic design…& new connected services

    New DS 5 continues the high-tech driving experience with its colour touchdrive interface. This new system provides easy access to all in-car functions, from navigation to music. It also simplifies the interior layout, with 12 fewer buttons on the dashboard and facia.

    This latest-generation screen also includes new Mirror Screen technology. This function lets users copy smartphone content onto the screen and ensures all relevant apps can be used safely when driving.

    For peace-of-mind and a relaxed drive, New DS 5 is also available with the ‘DS Connect Box’, which includes the brand’s ‘SOS & Assistance’ system. This trailblazing technology enables localised emergency and assistance calls, to summon help if ever it is needed. Today, more than 230,000 DS vehicles on the road in Europe are equipped with this system.

    New DS 5 also introduces ‘MyDS’, an iOS/Android compatible mobile app. This provides added value for the driver with a range of intuitive, innovative services. Customers can receive a full range of vehicle-related information and special offers reserved for DS customers.

    A wealth of equipment combining safety & comfort

    New DS 5 features a range of advanced equipment. For example, a blind spot monitoring system joins a range of existing equipment including; a lane departure warning function, automatic high beam control, turning headlights that work with the static cornering lighting to optimise illumination, hill-start assist, stability control, intelligent traction control, a reversing camera and a head-up display. New DS 5 now features no fewer than ten safety systems overall.

    New DS 5 also sets high standards in terms of comfort, with electric memory and massaging front seats, keyless entry & start, heated door mirrors, an electrochrome interior mirror, ambient lighting, dual-zone automatic air conditioning and a Denon Hi-Fi system.

    Therefore, New DS 5 meets the highest standards of safety and comfort for both driver and passengers.

    Increasingly efficient engines

    New DS 5 is powered by the latest engines from the PSA Group. All the engines available with New DS 5 combine power (between 120 and 210hp) with respect for the environment (between 74.3mpg and 65.7mpg for the diesel models). The New DS 5 Hybrid 4×4, in particular, achieves sub-100g/km of CO2 and over 80mpg on a combined cycle, figures that are comparable with the best in the premium segment.

    From launch, customers will be able to choose between six smooth and dynamic Euro 6 engines and gearbox combinations, with torque of between 240 and 400Nm. The range will be extended at the end of 2015 with a new 210hp engine, the THP 210 S&S 6-speed manual.

    – THP 165 S&S EAT6
    The latest-generation EAT6 automatic gearbox features 6-speeds with faster gear changes, less internal friction and improved driveability. The New DS 5 THP 165 S&S returns up to 47.9mpg over a combined cycle with CO2 emissions of 135g/km, an improvement of 30g/km or 18% over the previous generation Euro 5 THP 155. With maximum injection pressure of 200bar and Stop&Start technology, this engine has a maximum power output of 121kW at 6,000rpm. Maximum torque of 240Nm is available from 1,400rpm and remains constant to 4,000rpm, for remarkable driveability at both low and high revs.

    New DS 5 also gains the latest-generation BlueHDi diesel engines.

    BlueHDi combines advanced performance with low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. This result is achieved by enhancements including improved internal efficiency, a new diamond-like carbon coating with increased reliability and by implementing an innovative and efficient exhaust system.

    The innovative and unique character of the exhaust line on these engines lies in its specific layout. The SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) module is positioned upstream of the particulate filter. This is the only after-treatment system able to reduce NOx emissions by up to 90% as well as reducing CO2 emissions by up to 4%.

    – BlueHDi 120 S&S 6-speed manual
    Combining the latest 6-speed manual gearbox with BlueHDi technology, this engine naturally meets high standards of performance in terms of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, as well as torque. With this engine, the figures speak for themselves: 74.3mpg, 100g/km of CO2 and torque of 300Nm. With these results, New DS 5 sets the standard with respect to the competition.In the second half of 2015, this engine will be equipped with the new EAT 6 automatic gearbox, for even greater customer choice.

    – BlueHDi 150 S&S 6-speed manual
    Another New DS 5 engine setting the standard in terms of torque, fuel consumption and emissions is the BlueHDi 150. This 2-litre HDi 150 engine returns 64.2mpg and CO2 emissions of 103g/km. That is an improvement of 22g/km compared with the Euro 5 HDi 160. At the same time, maximum torque is higher than the HDi 160 at 370Nm from 2,000rpm.

    – BlueHDi 180 S&S EAT6
    The BlueHDi 180 engine delivers exceptional driveability with a power output of 133kW and maximum torque of 400Nm at 2,000rpm. The addition of a variable-geometry turbocharger, along with higher supercharging pressure and combustion pressure, boosts the power of the New DS 5 BlueHDi 180 by 20hp compared with the previous generation powerplant. This new engine is equipped with balance shafts to deliver the acoustic and vibration comfort expected here at the top end of the range. The New DS 5 BlueHDi S&S 180 6-speed automatic also delivers CO2 emissions and fuel consumption that are, as a minimum, on par with the best in this class (110g/km of CO2 and 65.7mpg).

    – Hybrid 4X4 Diesel
    DS 5 was the first vehicle to feature diesel hybrid technology and New DS 5 will continue to be available with this drivetrain. This version combines the performance of an HDi diesel engine with the benefits of an electric motor. The Hybrid 4×4 delivers powerful driving sensations, including 200hp, four-wheel drive, electric urban drive and an accelerator boost function. CO2 emissions are sub-100g/km and fuel economy is over 80mpg on a combined cycle, rising to more than 90mpg in the city.

    The Hybrid 4×4 model features a choice of four modes. The driver can select the mode required using the dial on the central console: Auto, Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV), four-wheel drive (front wheels powered by the combustion engine and rear wheels powered by the electric motor) and Sport (maximum use of the electric motor in parallel with the combustion engine).

    REFINEMENT & ATTENTION TO DETAIL, KEY VALUES OF DS

    The watchwords for DS are refinement and attention to detail, both on the outside and the inside of the car. A true flagship vehicle, New DS 5 reflects the best of the brand’s expertise and considerable thought has gone into every detail. This can be seen, for example, in the DS monogramme on the headlights, which helps to make the front end a unique creation.

    Continuous attention to detail is also reflected in the use of authentic materials, such as the use of aluminium on the inside of the doors, metalwork on the gear knob and the best quality leather in the cabin. These authentic materials are always showcased in a unique and exclusive way, as illustrated by the ‘watch strap’ design of the leather seats. New DS 5 is one of only a few cars to offer a choice of three types of leather, including semi-aniline leather, which is one of the world’s finest and rarely used in the automotive industry. One DS 5 in every five sold, features ‘watch strap’ upholstery in semi-aniline leather.

    DS 5 also features a new interior trim. The latest personalised interior ambience is now available with the ‘watch strap’ upholstery in two-tone black and deep blue, along with a new DS monogramme trim on the doors and central console.

    A new body colour will also be available from launch. Called Ink Blue, the subtle shade further underlines the vehicle’s identity and elegant looks.

    DYNAMIC, RELAXED HANDLING

    On the road, New DS 5 delivers a dynamic, but relaxed drive. The running gear has been upgraded since the model was first launched for improved comfort. The shock absorbers gain PLV (Pre-loaded Linear Valve) technology. This technology limits sudden changes in damping force, in order to produce a more linear damping curve. At the same time, the compression stroke is longer. As a result, New DS 5 soaks up bumps and dips in the road more effectively. Vibration comfort is also significantly improved by the reduction in impact noise.

    #141049
    #141050

    No suelo leer los comunicados de prensa, pero con este no he podido más de tres líneas. ¡Qué excesivo uso de las comas!

    #141051

    No veo ningún destrozo, pero me gustaba muchísimo más el frontal con el aspecto de Citroën.
    Habrá que verlo en otros colores.

    Veremos el futuro de esta marca…

    #141052

    No os da la sensación de que parece más pequeño?
    Igual es por la foto.
    El coche no me gustaba, porque me resultaba recargado. Ahora lo han simplificado algo, y me gusta menos que antes. Curioso.

    Por la experiencia que estoy viviendo con mi C4 VTS se me están quitando las ganas de comprar un Peugeot 308 o cualquier DS. Lo último, los faros de xenos direccionales, se han declarado en huelga. Hace dos semanas el sensor de Parking…para mí que tienen alergia al agua y al frio.

    Perdón por el Off-topic, pero tenía que desahogarme. Es reciente. Qué ganas de emigrar a otra marca.

    #141053

    [quote quote="Fuego"]Como Citroen lo prefiero infinitamente a DS.
    Aun no le veo el sentido a esto de crear la marca DS. Si fuera solo para China, esta bien, pero….

    Toyota tiene la suya con Lexus y Nissan con Infinity… es normal que quieran segregar la gama.[/quote]

    Son ejemplos no validos, ya que el contexto y la forma en que se gestaron Lexus, Infiniti y Acura son absolutamente distintos de DS.

    Y sobre Citroen, es en el contexto europeo (donde las germanas dominan) donde no se entiende la jugada. Que entrega distinto DS?, cual es el valor de la marca?, Cual es su segmento objetivo? contra quien compite?…. sigo?

    #141054

    Y si a eso le sumamos que el primer coche de una “nueva” marca premium sea un restyling de un coche que hasta ahora era de una marca generalista tampoco ayuda. Yo tampoco creo que tenga mucho recorrido la verdad, quizás si fuera solo para otros mercados Chino/USA incluso, pero la verdad no creo que cuaje. Quizás nunca debieron existir los DS como modelos diferenciados, quizás solo deberían haber sido acabados tope de gama, como los Initiale Paris como en Renault.

    #141055

    Y si a eso le sumamos que el primer coche de una “nueva” marca premium sea un restyling de un coche que hasta ahora era de una marca generalista tampoco ayuda. Yo tampoco creo que tenga mucho recorrido la verdad, quizás si fuera solo para otros mercados Chino/USA incluso, pero la verdad no creo que cuaje. Quizás nunca debieron existir los DS como modelos diferenciados, quizás solo deberían haber sido acabados tope de gama, como los Initiale Paris como en Renault.

    Así pensamos muchos. Y, seguramente, los números lo pongan de manifiesto.
    DS5 hay pocos. DS4 casi lo mismo que DS5. El único que se ve más, sobre todo cuando salió, fue el DS3 y no parece que tenga unas ventas brillantes, sino que cuadra con el coupe deportivo diferente del C3.
    De hecho, es más bonito por dentro el C3 alto de gama, con el parabrisas zenith y las llantas, que el DS3.
    Además estamos en una tendencia en la que los vehículos 3 puertas apenas tienen cabida, nos estamos volviendo prácticos. Se prefiere un SUV con apariencia deportiva a un deportivo.

    Si miras el mercado de ocasión, alucinas. Los 3 puertas son los modelos que más barato se venden, suelen tener más motor y equipamiento, teniendo encima menos años y kilómetros.

    #141056

    [quote quote="Ruben4you"][quote quote="Fuego"]Como Citroen lo prefiero infinitamente a DS.
    Aun no le veo el sentido a esto de crear la marca DS. Si fuera solo para China, esta bien, pero….

    Toyota tiene la suya con Lexus y Nissan con Infinity… es normal que quieran segregar la gama.[/quote]

    Son ejemplos no validos, ya que el contexto y la forma en que se gestaron Lexus, Infiniti y Acura son absolutamente distintos de DS.

    Y sobre Citroen, es en el contexto europeo (donde las germanas dominan) donde no se entiende la jugada. Que entrega distinto DS?, cual es el valor de la marca?, Cual es su segmento objetivo? contra quien compite?…. sigo?[/quote]

    Si opino lo mismo que muchos de vosotros, entiendo que quieran diferenciarlo cómo una nueva marca, Mini, Smart… son “conceptos” de producto diferente dentro de una marca grande. No estoy seguro cómo funcionará en Europa, pero hace poco el presidente de Citroen España, dijo en la radio que actualmente era su mercado con mayor número de ventas.

    Hablando de vistas, en mi barrio hay 3 DS4 y un DS5… en cambio DS3 no he visto ninguno, de los que más veo son DS4

    #141057


    Hablando de vistas, en mi barrio hay 3 DS4 y un DS5… en cambio DS3 no he visto ninguno, de los que más veo son DS4

    Bueno, eso ya sabes como va, yo he visto algunos DS3, pocos DS5, aunque se ven (para babear) y practicamente ningun DS4.

    Yo iba a decir que no se sostiene lo de hacer una gama premium o distintiva a base de relogotipados con mejores acabados, pero lexus lo hizo bastantes años así que no diré nada…

    Eso si, pienso que algo así puede funcionar si la marca de volumen tiene diseños mas conservadores, el principal problema es que Citroen ya de por si los tiene bastante distintivos y claro, pasa lo que pasa, que te autolimitas para encontrar la diferenciación. Veremos, yo no le auguro un buen futuro a la cosa, más repitiendo parrilas a cascoporro, pero veremos. sólo les puede salvar hacer cosas tan icónicas como este ds5, creo.

    Del restyling, podría hacer sido peor, de los faros me gusta el diseño interior, es como “un faro pequeño en uno grande” y le da un toque bastante especial. Eso si, la parrilla de las DS wings no la veo en este, ni en ninguno…

    #141058

    Lo poco que le hicieron le quitó atractivo, mil veces más atractivo un DS5 de Citroen

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