Classic Driver has profiled Jean-Michel Gallet, founder of SM2A in a fascinating article about how SM2A came to be.
What transpired behind the scenes to make the FCA and PSA merger a reality.
François-Gilles Ricard is launching a KickStarter project board game based on La Croissiere Noir, the famous African Citroën Kegresse expedition.
Will the merger of FCA and PSA yield brand diversity that will be fateful for Citroën? Read our opinion.
Photos and statistics about the 23rd 2CV World Meeting in Samobor, Croatia.
Hagerty featured an article Celebrating Citroën’s divine ’50s creation, the DS.
A Classic DS rests in a future exhibit at the London Science Museum.
On October 27, 2019, Marc McLaren wrote an article in GQ titled “Why the Citroën DS is still the coolest thing on four wheels”. Too bad he maligned the 2CV …
Jay Leno chats with Jerry Hathaway about his SM racecar, hydraulic suspension tow trailer and the SM he modified to be a tow vehicle.
Two Citroëns participated in this year’s Peking to Paris Rally.
Understand how the SM came about and it’s engineering virtues.
Given that Citroën has dominated World Rally Championships, they wouldn’t exactly be new to competitive racing, even if F1 represents a different challenge.
Citroën sabotaged wartime Nazi truck production in a simple an brilliant way.
An incredibly detailed history of Citroën in Oregon, Washington state, and British Columbia.
What was perhaps the longest family road trip in a 2CV might very well have saved their lives.
Meet EDEN – a vehicle that pays tribute to the spirit of the original Méhari with what the company claims is a “100% pleasure experience”.
“World Inspired by Citroen” – a collector’s catalogue that has been produced in partnership with the magazine IDEAT.
Hakone, Japan hotel uses a 2CV as a promotional vehicle.
Check out this New York Times article where a couple rent a 2CV and travel through the Cévennes region of France.
Carbs and Coffee got a chance to drive a DS21 last month and published a review stating that the DS’s attributes greatly impressed them.
It’s like Michelin took inspiration from Citroën with the chevron structure of their new airless Uptis tire.
Claude Guillot, who was service manager for Citroën’s corporate office in Montreal in the 1960s and 70s, tells about that period.
22 Citroëns are up for auction with Aguttes in Paris including a 1952 Slough Big Six and a Traction Big 6 Peacock Roadster (#46).