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Digital Signal 3, a digital signal level 3 T-carrier Army Wounded Warrior Program, a program formerly known as Disabled Soldier Support System (DS3) DS 3, a supermini car Citron DS3 WRC, a World Rally Car DS3 (locomotive), an AC electric locomotive* Darkstalkers 3, a 1997 video game (29823) 1999 DS3, a main-belt minor planet DualShock 3, a gamepad by Sony for the PlayStation 3 Dungeon Siege III, a 2011 video game Dead Space 3, a 2013 video game Dark Souls III, a 2016 video game

The Citron DS3 was named "2010 Car of the Year" by Top Gear (magazine), awarded first supermini four times in a row by the JD Power Satisfaction Survey UK and second most efficient supermini (Citron DS3 1.6 e-HDi 115 Airdream : True MPG 63.0mpg) by What car ? behind the Citron C3. In 2013, it was again the most sold premium subcompact car with 40% of these market shares in Europe.

Citron revamped their DS3 line for the summer of 2011 with a new, limited edition model, a new colour and a new decal on the roof. The new colour is brun Hickory, a shade of dark brown that recently made its debut on the DS3s bigger sibling, the DS4. One of the DS3s strongest selling points is the ability for a customer to personalize their car when they order it by mixing and matching body and roof colours, decals, and so on. This new colour helps that by bringing the total amount of available body colours to ten. The DS3 features prominently in the video for the Pixie Lott song "What Do You Take Me For". It is the first car that has had product placement in a British music video. The DS3 range received a mild facelift in 2014, with revised engines and new design of Xenon-LED headlights for the top of the range models. The new BlueHDi diesel, available in two states of tune, has a low CO2 emissions level of 79g/km. It received a new facelift in 2016 completely dropping any reference to Citron and its logo.

A 207 hp (154 kW) version, the DS3 Racing, was introduced at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. It is the road version of Citron's rally specification DS3 R3. The new 0-62 mph time is 6.5 seconds and the increased top speed is 146 mph (235 km/h). The DS3 Racing is offered in only two colours, white with gray accents or black with orange accents including roof, wheels and interior. Besides these unique colour schemes, the DS3 Racing is distinguished from other trim levels by the use of real carbon fibre on the front splitter, grill, wheel arches and rear diffuser. Additionally, carbon fibre is prominently featured on the interior. In October 2011, Citron announced that they were planning on building a total of 2,400 DS3 Racings, significantly more than the 1,000 initially planned.