Citroën’s DS goes it alone
Once a Citroën nameplate, the DS is now a stand-alone brand and has Audi in its sights.
Fifteen years ago, we were settling into yet another Fianna Fáil/PDs coalition, enjoying the first fruits of the boom years and even plotting a visit to the World Cup in Japan. Fifteen years is a long time, perhaps, but in motoring terms it’s the blink of an eye. It is the time that DS, newly spun off from Citroën and now the premium-brand arm of the PSA Group, has given itself to become a true...
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