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Good news - for once

The DS is coming back.


PSA having held a straw or two up to the wind and noted the successes of both the new Mini and the new Beetle, is intent on bringing the Goddess ('Déesse') back to life. A concept car will be unveiled this week, apparently, with the aim of it going into production next year.

Can't say I'll be first in the queue, as I have no need of a car and for public safety reasons avoid driving wherever possible, but a DS or two would serve to beautify the world's roads, car parks and so forth.

I do hope they do not screw up the design....

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Blogger Nick Drew said... 8:36 am

and what of the suspension - will the new one also settle gracefully on its belly (ventre à terre as they say ...) when coming to a halt ?  



Blogger Croydonian said... 9:33 am

More news when I get it.  



Anonymous Tim Almond said... 12:27 pm

Citroen will probably get the design right. Then they should give it to Toyota to build ;)  



Blogger Croydonian said... 2:00 pm

Tim - Sounds like a fine plan.  



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