The well -known French Citroen Automobile Concert, together with the Chinese company, Dongfeng, has developed the concept of a new SUV intended for the Chinese automobile market. As experts suggest, the novelty can be officially shown at the nearest Beijing auto show.
So far, neither the Chinese nor the French companies report the detailed technical characteristics of their new vehicle car, but, according to experts, the novelty can be an updated version of the PEUGEOT 2008 SUV.
In addition to this car, at the nearest Beijing car dealership, it is planned to officially show the new Citroen auto -concern crossover, belonging to the DS models line. As experts suggest, the new SUV will be a serial version of the prototype previously shown in 2013 in Shanghai called Wild Rubis.
The novelty, created on the basis of the Wild Rubis model, resembles German cars as BMW X5 and Volkswagen Touareg in size. It is noteworthy that, according to the initial plans, French crossovers related to the DS models line were going to produce Toyota Rav4 and Honda CR-V-V-V-Haveritable cars in their overall dimensions. It is important to note that the novelty will receive the name DS X7 and will be sold only in the car market of China. On the start of sales in Europe, while official representatives of the French company are not reporting anything. The DS X7 model will be equipped with a turbocharged engine with a relatively small volume of 1.6 liters and a capacity of 163 liters.With.
Perhaps such serious plans make it possible to conclude that the French Citroen Auto Concert, due to serious problems associated with the implementation of its vehicles in European countries, is increasingly focusing on the markets of Asian countries, in particular to the Chinese automobile market. As experts suggest, if the sales of the models of the French concern Citroen in China will be good, then this can save the automaker from increasing risk of bankruptcy and will allow the company to remain afloat for some more time. It is important to note that for a long time, Citroen showed in his reporting significant losses.