DS has only existed as a manufacturer in its own right since 2014, although during its time under Citroën as a luxury sub-brand, it established itself with a range of upmarket models designed to take on more mainstream German luxury car makers.
Although its larger models haven’t quite taken the premium market by storm, the personalisation-friendly DS 3 has brought the fight to the Mini and Fiat 500 convincingly, both as a three-door hatchback and a simple convertible.
The other cars in the line-up are the DS 4 (a Golf-sized hatchback that's jacked up like a small SUV) and an even more off road-influenced version of the same car, the DS 4 Crossback.
The flagship of the range is the DS 5, a large five-door family hatchback that's available with petrol, diesel and hybrid engines.
More recently, there's the well-equipped DS 7 Crossback large SUV.