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The Classic DS – Still an Icon for the Future

The Classic DS – Still an Icon for the Future

Citroënvie member Bob Bramwell in Nova Scotia sent us this interesting photo.He came across it in a recent New Scientist describing an exhibit at the London Science Museum.As Bob says; "Funny how they just can’t seem to find another kind of car to look “futuristic” :-)"Not only can you find ...
GQ thinks the DS is the coolest thing on four wheels

GQ thinks the DS is the coolest thing on four wheels

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 saying; “France has produced its share of distinctly uncool cars too – not least the Citroën 2CV, which is only cool to the kind of people ...
DS Convergence in Colorado

DS Convergence in Colorado

Citroënvie member Kevin Roberts from Lafayette, CO sent us this photo of 6 of the 11 or so, drivable & registered DS in Colorado in one place last weekend.As Kevin says; "I believe stars align & winning lottery tickets are more common than this sight.We 'crashed' the Cars & Coffee meet ...
Tribute to Citroën Hydropneumatic Suspension

Tribute to Citroën Hydropneumatic Suspension

For true Citroën engineering fans, the progress made by the company over the 64 years hydropneumatic suspension was offered is a testament to what the company did so well, and so different from the rest of the automotive industry.The video at the end of this article provides a thorough visual hist ...
Why There Are Large Panel Gaps on Citroën DS.

Why There Are Large Panel Gaps on Citroën DS.

by Ken Nelson…..Many people who judge the build quality of a car do so by examining the size of the gaps between the body panels.In looking at the DS in comparison, they might well gasp at the large door gaps.How could Citroën let the DS with such wide-gap workmanship leave the factory?The answe ...
A Petrolicious Take On Why the DS is Still the Ultimate Luxury Car

A Petrolicious Take On Why the DS is Still the Ultimate Luxury Car

It seems as though everyone these days is singing the praises of the DS.  In this recent article featured in Petrolicious, Vangelis Donios recalls his love for the car from early childhood to chasing all over Greece to find a decent one and eventually becoming a proud owner through a benevolent ...
Citroën Happenings on the Western Pacific Rim

Citroën Happenings on the Western Pacific Rim

Two events that predominantly featured Citroëns came our attention this week, – one involving a CX in an Australian rally and another – a gathering in downtown Saigon, Vietnam. The Bangers to Bluff Rally is an annual charity event organized by the Rotary Club of Half Moon Bay, Australia in ...
5 Famous Citroën Cars to Appear on the Silver Screen

5 Famous Citroën Cars to Appear on the Silver Screen

We already know about Citroën’s gorgeous curves and superior engineering, so it’s no surprise that some select models have been featured in more than a couple of appearances on the silver screen. With a Citroën, film directors don’t just get that classic, adventurous, old-school European loo ...
13 Best Steering Wheels Ever

13 Best Steering Wheels Ever

Citroënvie member Prakash Raja sent us this link to an article by Gary Axon published on the Goodwood Road & Racing website.  Their resident photographer Tom Shaxson came back from a photo shoot enthusing about an early 1980s mid-engine Renault 5 Turbo that he saw.Keen to know more and bec ...
Wired Rewires DS History

Wired Rewires DS History

While on one hand it’s great that the Mullin Automotive Museum invited journalists to come and preview their “Citroën: The Man, The Marque, The Mystique” display they are opening March 11 in Oxnard, CA,  the reporting is going generate some confusion about the DS in historical context. E ...
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