Groupe PSA is expected to enter the Indian four-wheeler market by 2020 with Citroën and luxury marque — DS. The company seems to have begun testing its cars in India as a DS 7 Crossback was spotted here in January this year. Now, the Citroën C5 Aircross has been spotted too. Apart from Citroen and DS, the French conglomerate comprises of Peugeot, Opel and Vauxhall brands as well. For the uninitiated, Groupe PSA had entered the Indian market earlier as well. In the mid-90s, it launched the Peugeot 309 notchback. However, labour issues caused the carmaker to call it quits in 1997.