The smallest model in the DS Automobiles range, the DS3 has been around since way back in 2009, when it was labeled as a Citroen. Aside from the refresh seen in 2016, the automaker is now keeping things up to spec with a new special series.
The new Ines de la Fressange Limited Edition naturally exudes haute couture, but also comes with some added perks. The key fob and parts of the dashboard come with prints, there’s an airmail motif on the rear window pillars, with red-white-blue striped borders – a design also used for the floor mats and headrest covers. “We aim to offer bespoke models and cultivate rarity so that each customer finds in their DS vehicle a touch that resembles them,” explains Yves Bonnefont, brand director at DS Automobiles. “Our Limited Edition models enhance our range of exceptional products, so finding two identical models is quite the challenge!”
Only available across certain European markets, the Ines de la Fressange Limited Edition can be had with a few powertrain combinations: PureTech 110 S&S manual, PureTech 110 S&S EAT6, BlueHDi 100 S&S manual, BlueHDi 120 S&S manual, and THP 165 S&S manual. Pricing kicks off at 24,700 euro and ends up at 27,200 euro in France, while in the UK spans between £20,310 and £21,830. The exclusive Granit Blue interior is also matched with a Voyageur bag, specifically designed to match.