This collection of high quality remastered footage from the dawn of film shows the Belle Époque-era of Paris from 1896-1900.
If you have ever wondered how they transport and assemble massive cranes, here is the process — along with a familiar Citroën.
We don’t normally stray from Citroën related topics on Citroënvie, but this exceptional creation by Richard Tupper of Gardena CA is too cool not to mention.
A very rare forerunner to the Maserati Quadraporte II, with just a couple of Citroën components, was offered for sale today by RM | Sotheby’s in Le Castellet, France.
If you can spare about 20 minutes from your obsession with Citroën, check out this video that provides 101 trivial facts about automobiles
Pricing has not been disclosed, but this marriage between an automobile and a plane, called AirCar, certainly looks like the most successful result to date!
It would appear that they are taking an “Amazon/Google” approach to dominating the classic and vintage car market with these latest expansions. There’s no question they have become a formidable entity for any other company looking to compete.
Jeff Lane’s taste for unusual, was recently profiled in this video where he shows off some of the even more eccentric vehicles at the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville.
If Hagerty wanted sensationalism, to kick-off the their new new test series they’re calling ‘The Death Eaters’ — mission accomplished!
Porsche touts its eFuel would allow combustion engines to be as clean as electric drivetrains.
These 2 fun videos show a variety of ways US automobile manufacturers tried to be different.
Getting the car you purchased in USA is one thing, getting it licensed and on the road is another…
Take an 18-minute tour of a marvelous French automotive achievement — the 1935 Voisin Type C25 Aerodyne.
Now you can drive virtually in 50 cities!
Carfection visits Thornley Kelham where two Traction Avants are being prepared for the Paris to Peking Rally next May.
Here is a dynamic video graphic that illustrates the changes in global automobile manufacturing over 70 years.
A look at how Gary Cullen and John Long drove their two Tatra T87’s across North America 20 years ago.
The Nürburgring Nordschleife, commonly referred to as “The Ring”, has just opened for “contactless driving.
FCA Heritage to open Conservatorio in Turin Italy and unveils new website.
Free tours offered of the Mullin Automotive Museum, voted one of the top 10 automotive museums in the world.
In light of the seriousness of this unprecedented health crisis and its consequent economic shock wave, two major automotive events, the Paris Auto Salon in France and the Goodwood Festival …
Back in 1980, Briggs & Stratton wanted to demonstrate that cruising at the national speed limit of 55 mph could be done in a much more efficient manner.
It was announced today that this year’s New York International Auto Show will be delayed until August.