DS Automobiles will be the first to meet the stringent ecological standards of Europe

DS Automobiles will be the first to meet the stringent ecological standards of Europe

July 10, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The premium French brand fully complies with the EU regulation for CO2 emissions for 2021. All company models do not exceed the target CO2 of 95 g / km.

Premium French company DS Automobiles was the only premium car manufacturer to fulfill the EU’s CO2 goals for 2021. The current lineup of the brand consists mainly of three available models for Europe – the Ds 3 Crossback and Ds7 Crossback crossovers, as well as the Ds9 sedan.

The European Commission has set the target for CO2 emissions of engines at 95 g / km, which DS has fulfilled, and the average value of its engines is only 79.9 g / km.

According to DS, no other premium car manufacturer could even reach 110 g / km.

In Europe, DS currently sells the DS 3 Crossback and DS 7 Crossback, which mainly have internal combustion engines adapted to Euro 6 standards, as well as hybrid and all-electric versions. The upcoming DS 9 sedan will also be available with a range of plug-in hybrid powertrains.

According to the French brand, by 2025 it will only offer electrified engines in its cars in order to further reduce CO2 emissions. The company claims that with the total transition to the use of all-electric motors, the experience gained by the DS Techeetah team while participating in Formula E electric car races was used. The team actually won the title in the 2018-2019 season.

The fine for non-compliance with the standards for emissions of harmful CO2 gas from engines is 95 euros. for each g / km exceeded for each registered vehicle.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that DS introduced a hybrid crossover 7 Crossback E-TENSE 225. Premium French brand DS Automobiles has just introduced the plug-in hybrid crossover DS 7 Crossback E-TENSE 225. The fuel consumption of the new product ranges from 1.4 to 1.6 liters. for every 100 km. the way.