In October 1980, Citroën presented the 2CV6 Charleston at the Paris motor show.
Pascal Berthelot has introduced two new books thoroughly documenting the Traction Avant from 1934 to 1942.
Take an 18-minute tour of a marvelous French automotive achievement — the 1935 Voisin Type C25 Aerodyne.
PSA values their Peugeot brand enough to begin a restoration program, but what about Citroën?
Citroën says it will have a mass market small electric SUV on India’s roads in 2022.
Hagerty just published an excellent account of the development of the TPV.
JAVEL Citroën Specialists in Tokyo, Japan are building classic Citroëns to a new standard.
Here’s what must have been a major cut and weld effort to downsize and fit on a VW Beetle pan.
Saturday October 3, 2020 proved to be an ideal day to enjoy Citroën Autoclub Canada’s annual fall outing. The timing was perfect to observe the autumn colours on the backroads …
Automotive designer Sang Won Lee creates an inspiring 3D model of a next generation DS.
Check out this exploded view animation of a 2CV engine.
Driving through the Toronto Zoo in a Méhari, we received many thumbs up and some strange stares…
Richard Boudrias tells how A/C now keeps his wife and him cool in their Traction Avant.
The Citroën Levallois-Perret factory at the Quai de Javel in Paris had a rich history even before Citroën began producing vehicles there.
Carfection visits Thornley Kelham where two Traction Avants are being prepared for the Paris to Peking Rally next May.
A rare photo find of half-track Citroën bus at the Poiana Brasov ski resort in Romania in 1936.
Ken Nelson tells why there is no other DS cabrio in the world as tough as his.
The Citroën the DS was unique in that it achieved the Kamm tail effect without a chopped or up-ticked rear end.
Ken Nelson gives two examples on why the 2CV and DS are about as indestructible as cars can be.
Michel Aubé and his wife Claire experienced a devastating fire in their home in Williamsburg Ontario.
The Baltimore American newspaper, in 1919 ran an article stating that André had high hopes to bring the Doble steam car to Europe.
This year, FIVA, (the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens) is launching a creative competition to celebrate International Youth Day. Here’s how to enter.
A new children’s book series called “The Little French Car”.
f you visit Paris these days, 1 kilometer away from the Eiffel tower is La Maison Citroën.