DS Automobiles has confirmed that it will stop selling petrol and diesel cars by 2025, offering only electric and plug in hybrid models. This follows the UK Government’s decision to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars and vans in 2030, with hybrid and plug in hybrid vehicle sales permitted until 2035. 
 
DS already offers electrified powertrains on both of its current models. With the DS3 Crossback already being offered in fully electric E Tense and the brand’s larger DS7 Crossback SUV available with two E Tense plug in hybrid engines. 
 
Next year, the DS9 saloon will join the brand’s line up and is set to be powered by the same E Tense plug in hybrid petrol engine as the DS7 Crossback which provides 225 horsepower and a zero emission range of 25-31 miles. 
 
D3’s commitment to electrification and sustainability has made them the only premium, multi-energy manufacturer to meet the current 95g/km CO2 average fleet emissions target set by the European Commission. 
 
 
 
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