DS 3 Crossback as ‘Rooftops of Paris’ Special Edition

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DS gives the DS 3 Crossback a special look: the ‘Rooftops of Paris Limited Edition’. The special edition features some unique features, both inside and out, that refer to the Paris skyline.

The DS3 Crossback Rooftops of Paris can first be recognized by its contrasting roof in the color ‘Gris Carat’. That color again matches one of the five body colors offered for the limited edition: Blanc Perle Nacré, Noir Perla Nera, Gris Artense and Cristal Pearl. If you look a little closer, you will see the special badges on the front and on the front doors. These in turn refer to the skyline of Paris and show landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Montparnasse Tower and Sacré Coeur. The grille has chrome tips and above the rear lights are two glossy black decorative strips. Ironically, the ‘Rooftops of Paris’ rolls on 18-inch two-tone wheels bearing the ‘Shanghai’ name.

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DS 3 Crossback ‘Rooftops of Paris’

The ‘Rooftops of Paris’ also gets a special sauce on the inside. The seats are upholstered in a combination of ‘Perruzzi’ fabric and ‘Nemesis Gray Silicone’ with ‘Graphite Grey’ diamond stitching, combined with a ‘DS Carla Mistral’ canvas. For the dashboard and door panels, DS uses ‘Mistral Scale Canvas’, a material with a dotted pattern, and ‘Isabella Mistral Canvas’. In terms of equipment, the special edition comes standard with rear parking sensors, automatic air conditioning and a rain sensor. Automatic Safety Brake, cruise control and traffic sign recognition are also standard.

The ‘Rooftops of Paris’ is available in three engine variants. The PureTech 100 with a six-speed manual transmission, the PureTech 130 with an eight-speed automatic transmission and the electric E-Tense. The PureTech 100 is available from €34,140, ​​the PureTech 130 and E-Tense are on the books for €37,890 and €39,190 respectively. The special DS 3 Crossback can be ordered from now on.

– Thanks for information from Autoweek.nl

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