DS 4 will be able to make use of a new version of the EMP2 platform, which will enable the use of various engines in addition to the initial PHEV (4-cylinder, turbo, 180-horsepower engine, as well as the 110-horsepower electric motor for a range of more than 50 km with zero-emissions). But, above all, it will be a technological monster, from the extended head-up display to the Iris System infotainment that can be controlled by voice and movement, from the Drive Assist 2.0 safety system, to the active suspensions and nocturnal vision. In addition, Métroz talks about this with pride, there are narrow, modern LED headlights that rotate and – divided into 15 segments – switch on and off independently, according to need. It’s a distillation, Béatrice Foucher explains, “of French luxury and advanced technology, encased in an audacious form”, for a customer “who wants style, purity, intuition, technology, and driving pleasure”. Let’s wait: we’ll see.