How can so many people have such set opinions on what constitutes “A Real Citroën”? And why do they feel so strongly about it?
The DS is far from being supersonic, but its aerodynamics do help quite a bit in fuel efficiency.
If you were ever on a forum and came across an insightful post from “Metric” usually in response to a question posed, it was Cater sharing his knowledge willingly.
A momentous day for Stellaantis and Carlos Tavares, its CEO, January 4, 2021 may also prove to be the day that casts the future for Citroën.
Here’s the reason we say that if you are buying an SM, buy only the best.
Mike Manley’s role in Stellantis poses an interesting question about Carlos Tavares’ action appointing Larry Dominique, in April 2017, as senior vice president for PSA North America.
A documentary on the history of Panhard up to the time that Citroën took over in 1967, and the marque was retired from automobile manufacturing.
Within the Citroën Club in Japan exists an enthusiast that has kept his 1987 CX25GTi going strong for early 20 years.
Feast your eyes on spectacular photos of the Mullin Museum’s acclaimed “Citroën: The Man, The Marque, The Mystique” exhibit.
The price of old 2CVs just shot up in value after this video came out!
Citroën Heritage announces preferred partnership with CQS Classics.
Top Gear are infatuated with the Ami Electric, and offer quite a bit of insight as to just how practical it is.
There is a core group of 2CV enthusiasts that want to take these ducks to water!
Great insight into two forward thinking front wheel drive accomplishments; the Citroën SM and the Oldsmobile Toronado.
With Stellantis applying cost reductions in China, it remains to be seen if Citroën will stay as a brand there.
Chris Dubuque visits the TVP Pick-up at Musée Malartre in France.
The history of the Quai de Javel Citroën Factory in Paris.
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.