The DS 7 Crossback was the first model that the French luxury brand launched on the market, debuting in a new era. A D-segment SUV with a sophisticated, elegant, and sporty appearance, but also very luxurious and with a very modern design. In 2022, it will undergo a slight facelift, also bringing important news.
The DS7 Crossback was the first new-generation model that the luxurious French brand debuted in a new era. The model was presented at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show and went on sale in January 2018, so it has already accumulated no less than three and a half years on the market and it is time for its corresponding facelift, which is scheduled to debut in 2022.
Or, rather, lifting, because the DS will not throw the house out the window. but they will follow the line stipulated in PSA, now Stellantis, with very simple but fair changes that will be notable and will renew the image of the DS 7 Crossback and DS7 Crossback E-TENSE. Some improvements will focus especially on the front, as you can see in this recreation in which we advance the aesthetic improvements, highlighting the strong influence of the new DS 4.
What’s new in the DS7 Crossback Facelift 2022
The D-segment SUV will go for more modern features, with the thinner Full LED headlights, losing the three-dimensional chrome on the lower edge and merging with a more bulbous bumper that will also adopt the new daylight fangs of the compact extended to the edge. lower, which will mean losing the fog that will be integrated into the main headlights. From behind, the chrome that joins the pilots will disappear, making them more visible.
The DS 7 Crossback will also present new features in the interior, betting on new upholstery with more luxurious designs, in addition to reviewing the infotainment system with a higher resolution touch screen, new connectivity functions in the infotainment and navigation platform, as well as new driving safety assistants.
At the engine level, large power increases are not expected, but performance improvements are expected, betting more on efficiency. Only the plug-in hybrid versions will be retouched to offer more autonomy in electric mode with a higher capacity battery, which will allow continuing reducing the average emissions of the range and the Stellantis consortium. The revamped DS 7 Crossback is expected to debut in the second half of 2022, taking advantage of the Paris Motor Show and for immediate commercialization.