Citroen Divine DS: Small SUV or Chubby Sedan?

Check out the new Citroen Divine DS concept. It is quite an eclectic ride, with everything from reptile inspired scales to a complete lack of a rear window. But to begin, what the hell is it? Is it a chubby sedan, a smallish SUV or something entirely divine?

Citroen Divine DSThe Citroen Divine DS concept took the stage at the 2014 Paris Auto Show. It is not yet known if this little number will ever reach production, but it has reached the masses at the show.

Citroen Divine DS

The Citroen Divine DS does not look terrible. And as far as power, it is packing a diminutive 1.6-liter turbocharged engine kicking forth 270 bhp and 244 pound-feet of torque. Oddly, the Divine DS lacks any trace of Citroen badging. It is not clear why they opted to forgo the brand fuss.

Citroen Divine DSThe cockpit takes upscale to the extreme and manages an artistic vibe.

Divine DS

The unique roof was designed to resemble the scales of a reptile. The trend continues throughout the vehicle with the use of opaque and even transparent materials. There is no actual rear window…which indicates reliance on a rear-view camera. It is a 10.4-inch touchscreen driver interface. But enough about the exterior, the cabin is a curiosity indeed!

Citroen Divine DS


Citroen Divine DSOnce the doors are open, the Citroen Divine DS concept gives way to a staggering array of bespoke options. With labels like ‘Mâle’, ‘Parisian Chic’ and ‘Fatale Punk’, it is easy to become distracted. Interesting items like glazed burnished leathers pair with golden ambience and carbon fiber for a striking finale. Silks and beading serve to dial back the male aggression and provide additional glamour, as one would expect from Swarovski.

Citroen Divine DS

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