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    The French automaker PSA Group may be interested in acquiring Jaguar-Land Rover from India's Tata Motors. Tata denies the desire to sell, but PSA has plenty of reasons to aim for the luxury brands.

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    Look for Peugeots in the US in 3-4 years

    With its successful turnaround of Opel, France's PSA Group is now looking to accelerate the return of the Peugeot brand to the United States.

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    FCA reportedly rejected PSA Group merger offer

    There's growing speculation that France's PSA Group is open to the idea of a merger or acquisition of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, though it seems FCA is not biting at this point.

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    Could PSA Group be a potential partner for FCA?

    There's growing speculation that France's PSA Group is, at the very least, open to the idea of a merger or acquisition of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The heads of both automakers reportedly told journalists separately at this month's Geneva International Motor Show that the possibility of an...

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    Pull out your berets as Peugeot is returning to US

    Peugeot will return to the United States and Canada in the next decade, parent company PSA Group announced Tuesday. The announcement was made at a conference outlining PSA's overwhelmingly positive financial results for 2018, which included sales of 3.88 million vehicles and a net profit of $3.7...

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    PSA Group chooses Washington, DC to start car sharing service

    The PSA Group wants to gain a foothold here in the States. PSA executed the first part of this plan by launching its car sharing service, Free2Move, on Thursday in Washington, D.C. Free2Move launched in D.C. with a fleet of 600 Chevrolet Cruise sedans and Equinox crossover SUVs parked in all eight...

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    French automaker PSA Group, which controls the Peugeot, Citroën, DS and Opel (Vauxhall) brands, plans to sell cars in the United States no later than 2026. In the coming months the automaker will make some key decisions surrounding how it plans to return, including what brand(s) will lead the charge. PSA CEO Carlos Tavares told Automotive News (subscription required) in an interview published Tuesday that some of the key decisions will be made between now and spring 2019. Executives will hash out product plans, launch brands, distribution methods, and discuss where the cars imported to...

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    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...

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    Opel gives glimpse at new design direction, potential electric SUV

    Finally free of years of mismanagement at the hands of General Motors, Opel has the potential to thrive under the stewardship of new owner PSA Group. In its new PACE! strategy announced on Thursday, Opel will address the complexities and inefficiencies that have led to almost two decades of losses...

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    PSA Group announces strategy for Opel

    Opel has been a money pit going on two decades. It’s arguably the main reason General Motors finally decided to sell the brand to France’s PSA Group, which also controls the Citroën, DS and Peugeot brands. PSA itself wasn’t in ideal financial shape not long ago but the...

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    Maker of Citroën and Peugeot cars starts US comeback with Seattle car sharing

    French auto giant PSA Group, the maker of Citroën, DS, Peugeot, and now also Opel cars, is committed to a presence in the United States. But PSA isn’t rushing things. Instead, the automaker will test the waters with a car sharing app, as outlined by CEO Carlos Tavares in 2016. Called...

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    GM's sale of Opel to France’s PSA Group is complete

    General Motors and French automaker PSA Group on Tuesday announced the completion of the sale of Opel. Its acquisition of Opel means PSA Group is second only to the Volkswagen Group for size among European automakers. Combined deliveries for PSA and Opel totaled 4.3 million vehicles in 2016, or...

  • nuTonomy self-driving prototype based on the Peugeot 3008

    Last summer, an American startup by the name of nuTonomy made headlines following the launch of the world’s first taxi service implementing a fleet of self-driving cars. Albeit a trial only, the service, which covered a few streets in Singapore, provided an early look at a likely future where self-driving cars will be running around town offering rides. nuTonomy says a self-driving taxi service is much closer than most people think. In fact, the company says it hopes to launch the first fully functional service in Singapore as early as 2018. nuTonomy’s fleet so far has been made...

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    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...

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    What’s in store for Opel’s future

    Recently we looked at what’s in store for General Motors now that it’s sold its struggling European unit Opel to PSA Group. But what about the future of Opel? CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann has discussed the matter with Auto Motor und Sport, revealing that he won’t be treading far from...

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    GM sells Opel to France’s PSA Group

    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...

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    Report: Geely, PSA Group compete for Lotus parent Proton

    Malaysian conglomerate DRB-Hicom is looking to offload its majority stake in fellow Malaysian firm Proton and two of the potential bidders are reported to be China’s Geely and France’s PSA Group. The information was reported on Sunday by the Financial Times which cited an anonymous...

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    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...

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    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 Carlos Tavares during a presentation held with investors earlier today. The main agenda was a company-wide strategy known as Push to Pass, which outlined PSA’s plans for the years 2016 to 2021. ALSO SEE: Cadillac nixes plan for "CT8" flagship sedan--report Under the Push to Pass strategy, PSA...

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    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...

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    China’s Dongfeng and French government buy stakes in PSA Peugeot Citroën

    Struggling French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroën has been thrown a lifeline in the form of capital injections from the French government and Chinese automaker Dongfeng. Each party will offer 800 million euros (approximately $1.1 billion) for 14 percent stakes in PSA. The French automaker also...

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