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TMR Team | Mar, 25 2013 | 0 Comments

Citroen is again reported to be planning a new member of its upmarket DS family for next month's Shanghai Auto Show.

Dubbed 'DSX', the new model will reportedly debut first as a concept, based on the DS5 wagon that launched in Australia last year.

Details for the new model have yet to be revealed, although sources inside the company are understood to have confirmed the model will rival the Audi Q5 and BMW X3.

According to France's Auto Plus, the DSX will make its production debut first in China from early 2014, hitting Europe and global markets later in the year.

An overall length of around 4.7 metres is expected - around the length of the Audi A5 - and powertrains should include both petrol and diesel options.

As an SUV, an all-wheel-drive variant is expected, but with power supplied by Peugeot Citroen's Hybrid4 147kW diesel-electric system.

The company's familiar 1.6 litre turbocharged petrol engine will reportedly also feature, offering around 180kW in DSX form.

Watch for more details to come in the lead-up to the Shanghai Auto Show.

Pictured above and below: the new Citroen DS5.

 
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