Citroen will include optional 17-inch alloy wheels to certain DS5 models, which it claims slashes CO2 emissions from 107g/km to 99g/km CO2.
The free upgrade - applicable to Citroen DS5 DStyle and DSport Hybrid4 models - now qualifies these cars for road tax and London Congestion Charge exemption. Benefit in Kind is also reduced from 12 per cent to 10 per cent.
Citroen has also revealed two new specification packs for DS5 HDI 160 DStyle and DSport models.
The Sport Signature pack and Dark Sport Signature pack lower the standard car’s suspension by 7mm and include 19-inch alloys (in grey or black), plus black door mirrors. Each optional pack is priced at £650, but is included free of charge on DS5 THP 200 cars, which are priced from £25,900.
Completing revisions to the DS5 range, the Citroen e-HDi Airdream model has received a modest 3bhp power boosted from 111bhp to 114bhp. Fuel consumption and CO2 remains the same at 64.2mpg and 114g/km CO2 respectively.