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New DS Performance Line launched with sportier styling

DS reveals Performance Line trim, offering racier styling rather than mechanical upgrades

DS is following up the launch of its new DS 3 Performance hot hatch with some racy styling upgrades for its full range of cars. The Performance Line trim offers a little of the sporty look but at a lower cost, with no mechanical upgrades.

DS Performance Line trim is available on the DS 3, DS 3 Cabrio, DS 4 and DS 5, and is marked out on all models by two-tone black blody detailing and a selection of unique body colours. Black and Carmine red wheels, door mirrors and badging complete the look.

Inside, new grained leather and dynamica cloth with colour-coded overstitching aims to add style, although no images have been released of this yet. All DS Performance line models feature the latest touchscreen infotainment system, with Apple CarPlay, MirrorLink and DS Connected Services as standard. 

No UK prices have been announced for the DS Performance Line range, but expect it to sit towards the top of the existing trim ranges. 

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