Citroen

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    The merged company will be the fourth biggest automaker in the world.

  • Citroen 2CV
    Citroën has no desire to build a modern 2CV

    Citroën's CEO says the company has no interest in building a modern take on the beloved and agrarian 2CV that enjoyed a 43-year run.

  • Citroën Ami One Concept
    Citroën Ami One Concept imagines a car you can drive without a license

    Citroën will use next month's 2019 Geneva International Motor Show to present a concept that envisions a potential future for mobility in cities. Unveiled on Tuesday, the concept is a small, electric runabout called the Ami One Concept, and its ethos is not unlike the Citroën 2CV from a...

  • PSA Peugeot Citroën logo
    Maker of Opel and Peugeot cars picks Atlanta for US headquarters

    France's PSA Group, the maker of Citroën, DS, Peugeot, and now also Opel cars, has a mission to sell cars in the United States, though the automaker, which is Europe's second biggest by volume, isn't rushing things. It has a decade-long plan split up into three phases, and right now we're only...

  • Citroën Cxperience concept, 2016 Paris auto show
    Citroën to fill C6 void with new flagship sedan

    Citroën's C6 is still one of the coolest looking full-size sedans. No, not that recent badge job catering to the Chinese market. We're talking about the Jean-Pierre Ploué-designed C6 launched in 2005. You still feel its awe and presence seeing one today. There's been a gaping hole in...

  • PSA Peugeot Citroën logo
    Maker of Peugeot and Citroën cars establishes North American ops

    French automaker PSA Group only last month agreed to purchase Opel from General Motors. The automaker has also got around to establishing PSA North America, with former TrueCar and Nissan executive Larry Dominique put in charge of the new operation. But PSA isn’t ready just yet to establish a...

  • 2017 Opel Insignia Grand Sport

    General Motors confirmed on Monday that it has reached an agreement to sell its struggling European division Opel to French auto giant PSA Group, the parent of French brands Citroën, DS and Peugeot. The deal, which is valued at 2.2 billion euros (approximately $2.33 billion), will see PSA trail only the Volkswagen Group for size among European automakers, with the combined market share coming in at approximately 17 percent. Combined deliveries for PSA and Opel totaled 4.3 million vehicles last year. The figures include those of Vauxhall which Opel operates under in the United Kingdom...

  • 2017 Opel Insignia Grand Sport
    GM in talks with PSA Group over sale of Opel

    General Motors has confirmed it’s in talks with PSA Group over a number of strategic issues, one of which is the sale of its European subsidiary Opel. PSA controls French brands Citroën, DS and Peugeot and is partially owned by the French government and state-owned Chinese automaker...

  • Citroën C-Aircross concept, 2017 Geneva auto show
    Citroën C-Aircross concept previews C3 Picasso successor

    Citroën will use next month’s 2017 Geneva auto show to unveil a funky compact SUV called the C-Aircross. The car may be a concept but it’s actually a thinly-veiled preview of the French automaker’s replacement for the C3 Picasso. Whereas the C3 Picasso is more of a minivan...

  • 2017 Citroën C3 WRC rally car
    Citroën will have the coolest car in the 2017 World Rally Championship

    Because of a change in the regulations allowing for greater freedom when it comes to aerodynamics, cars competing in the 2017 World Rally Championship will look radically different to what we’ve become accustomed to over the past few seasons. And one car in particular will be the most...

  • Citroën C3 WRC concept, 2016 Paris auto show
    Next-gen Citroën C3 previewed by Paris-bound WRC concept

    Cars competing in the 2017 World Rally Championship will look radically different to what we’ve become accustomed to over the past few seasons. The regulations allow for cars that are wider and feature bodies designed with greater freedom in regards to aerodynamics, with many already...

  • PSA Peugeot Citroën logo
    Maker of Peugeot and Citroën cars confirms LA car-sharing service

    PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares on Monday confirmed the French auto giant will launch a car-sharing service in Los Angeles and possibly more cities in the United States. PSA, which represents brands Peugeot, DS and Citroën, will work with fellow French firm Bollore to launch the service. Bollore...

  • Citroën Cxperience concept, 2016 Paris auto show

    Citroën, part of French auto giant PSA Group, has revealed a radical sedan concept it plans to formerly unveil in late September at the 2016 Paris auto show. The concept is called the Cxperience and gives a glimpse of some of the design elements we can expect on the next-generation C5. It can also be seen as a modern CX, as the Cxperience name suggests. At 190 inches in length, the Cxperience is roughly the same size as the current C5 that has been on sale since 2007. The two vehicles have nothing else in common, though, as the Cxperience features a thoroughly modern design as well as a...

  • Citroen C4 Cactus Advanced Comfort Lab prototype vehicle
    Citroën Advanced Comfort suspension bids adieu to hydropneumatics

    French maker Citroën has been known for the comfortable ride of its cars for 60 years, since it pioneered the use of hydropneumatic suspension on the streamlined DS model unveiled to an astonished world at the 1955 Paris Motor Show. Now part of PSA Peugeot-Citroën, the company is...

  • Teaser for 2017 Citroën C3 WRC
    2017 Citroën WRC teased, hints at next-gen C3

    Citroën has provided an early look at the new rally car that will compete in the 2017 World Rally Championship, and crucially it previews the next generation of the French automaker’s C3 compact car. Since the 2011 season, Citroën has been competing in WRC with a DS 3 from parent...

  • 2016 Citroën C6
    Citroën C6 makes return…as China special

    Citroën’s last C6, which bowed out of production in 2012, is one of the best examples of the quirkiness of the French brands that many find so appealing. It's a luxurious, full-size sedan that sports a coupe-like profile—something it featured before the design was the industry du...

  • PSA Peugeot Citroën logo
    PSA Peugeot Citroën outlines three-step plan for US return

    PSA Peugeot Citroën’s return to the United States has been making headlines ever since Peugeot pulled out of the market back in 1991. Now, though, we have our first official confirmation that the French automaker is gearing up for a return to the U.S. The confirmation was made by CEO...

  • Bill Wyman's Citroën Maserati SM
    PSA Peugeot Citroën to expand brand heritage efforts

    Both Peugeot and Citroën left the United States during the dawn of the Reagan administration. But even before their exits, vehicles from the French marques were generally seen as the domain of dedicated Francophiles or liberal arts college professors. Or both. That said, each...

  • Citroen DS

    After 60 years, Citroën's legendary hydraulic suspension has reached the end of the road. In case you're unaware, it debuted on the iconic DS in 1955. The development means little to the North American market, as the French marque exited four decades ago. But its demise marks a significant milestone for the company once defined by the "magic carpet" ride quality conveyed by the system's hydraulic pump and nitrogen-filled pneumatic spheres. The move is clearly designed to help the company's bottom line, as modern alternatives like MagneRide's adaptive suspension technology—available...

  • Citroën Devine DS concept, 2014 Paris Auto Show
    Citroën reveals Devine DS concept ahead of Paris auto show

    French automaker Citroën is previewing the new look of its DS luxury brand with the Devine DS concept car, which is set to debut next month at the 2014 Paris Auto Show. The DS brand is mainly aimed at capturing a piece of China’s luxury market, and it's recently seen several new models...

  • 2014 DS 3
    Citroën’s Upmarket DS Brand Gets Updated DS 3: Video

    As it aims to further diversify its model lineup, French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroën recently established its DS line as a standalone brand offering an alternative to Germany’s usual suspects in the luxury arena. The first model to be launched under the DS brand was the DS 3 subcompact...

  • Peugeot 308 R concept
    Peugeot Considering U.S. Return?

    French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroën is Europe’s second biggest after the Volkswagen Group, but it still doesn’t have a presence in many vital markets such as the U.S. With most of its cars sold in Europe, PSA has been hit particularly hard by the continent’s recent economic...

  • 2014 DS 6WR
    Citroën’s Luxury Brand DS Confirms 6WR SUV For Beijing Auto Show

    A few years ago French automaker Citroën revived its DS nameplate for a new sub-brand catering to premium customers. Cars sold under the DS brand featured unique styling and amenities, although they were still closely related to regular models from Citroën lineup. More recently, however...

  • Citroën DS 5LS R concept, 2014 Beijing Auto Show
    Citroën Reveals DS 5LS R Sport Sedan Concept

    Several years ago, Citroën revived its legendary DS nameplate for a handful of premium models to be sold alongside the French automaker’s regular lineup. More recently, however, Citroën has moved to establish the DS name as a standalone luxury brand exclusively targeting the Chinese...

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