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Dynasphere: The one wheel  Car of the Future, but only a few saw the light of day.

Dynasphere: The one wheel Car of the Future, but only a few saw the light of day.

While Citroën was busy in the early 1930s creating the Traction Avant and the TPV (Très Petite Voiture (very small car) that would eventually become the 2CV), one inventor in England was working on an automobile that even Citroën engineers would find weird.Dr. J. H. Purves set out to build the c ...
The 2CV shows us that we need not more, but less technology today.

The 2CV shows us that we need not more, but less technology today.

Here is a great article by Kris De Decker (edited by Vincent Grosjean) that appeared in Low Tech Magazine, advocating for the attributes of the 2CV to be applied to cars we are driving today.Kris compares it with Citroën's own C1.In spite of all the high-tech that has been squeezed into cars since ...
If PSA Plans Only to Sell Peugeots in the USA, Why is this DS7 here?

If PSA Plans Only to Sell Peugeots in the USA, Why is this DS7 here?

This DS7, spotted recently with Georgia license plates, makes us wonder what's up with PSA's commitment to return to selling cars in the USA?Why is a DS7 over here when they have stated that Peugeot will be the brand they will be re-introducing? Since PSA now has headquarters in Atlanta, it's probab ...

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