2020 marks 50 years since the introduction of the GS and the SM, arguably 2 of the most significant Citroëns since the introduction of the original DS.
4×4 Méharis are rare in their own right but this one, built for the Swiss Army, has a GS engine!
This year’s Canadian International AutoShow features a special display called “20th Century Disruptors” put on by Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
This H Van themed car hauler intrigues us for a number of reasons.
It is sad that the directive in the DS Automobiles brand these days is to take iconic Citroën models like the DS and the SM, and mask their true heritage.
At Rétromobile 2020, the DS brand will celebrate will celebrate 50 years of the SM alongside the DS X E-TENSE.
Many never seen before photos of the Madame Michelin Traction Avant 15-6 Roadster in the USA.
What transpired behind the scenes to make the FCA and PSA merger a reality.
Citroënvie member Peter Yasigian sent us this photo of a 1956 2CV Truckette that he grew up and wonders how rare they are?
Just one Citroën is to cross the block at RM Sotheby’s Scottsdale, AZ, auction January 16 -17, 2020, a well-preserved US-spec 1973 SM 3.0L 5-speed.
Are the good-old-days (for sellers) of high-priced DS Chaprons behind us?
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.
We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Dave Kane, a longtime member of Citroën Autoclub Canada/Citroënvie and a true legend in our Citroën community.
Early photo of the Mme Michelin Traction 15-6 Roadster in the USA discovered.
Look what has come up for sale on the French auction site Leboncoin – a 1966 Sahara 2CV. (Arguably a 4CV when you consider that it has 2 engines!) Saharas …
The value of D Cabriolets over the years has skyrocketed alluring classic connoisseurs and collectors, and making them very sought-after vehicles.
Pierre Cambillard recounts the travels of his 1971 Citroën DS21 EFI from Castellane France to Canada and onto the Shetland Islands.
Christophe Bihr and Gérard Godfroy took it upon themselves to build a “DS Grand Palais”.
Today’s Globe and Mail featured an article by Brendan McAleer about Citroënvie member Greg Long and how he occasionally deviates from purchasing Citroëns to buy something even more unusual.
An online article from Classic & Sports Cars lists, “Best-selling classics that are now nearly extinct.” You click through a series of photos with a paragraph or so for each. …