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Groupe PSA Has Begun Assembling Citroëns in India

Groupe PSA Has Begun Assembling Citroëns in India

Groupe PSA has started assembling Citroëns at its plant near Chennai.The first vehicle to get off the assembly line and likely to hit the market early next year is the C5 Aircross premium SUV.The company held a ceremony at its Thiruvallur plant yesterday where Eric Apode, senior vice-president at ...
With FCA and PSA merged, what will Citroën’s future be?

With FCA and PSA merged, what will Citroën’s future be?

The joining of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Groupe PSA at the end of 2019 created the world's fourth-largest automobile manufacturer by volume and third-largest by revenue with annual sales of 8.7 million units and combined revenues of nearly $190 billion euros to produce a projected recurring ope ...
Citroën to gear up for 2020 India entry – initially with Tesla-like sales process.

Citroën to gear up for 2020 India entry – initially with Tesla-like sales process.

Citroën, which formally announced it would enter the Indian market earlier this year,has now said that it is looking to create a seamless digital experience for prospective customers of its first model, the C5 Aircross SUV.It will compete with the Volkswagen Tiguan and Hyundai Tucson in the premiu ...
Citroën Confirms Focus On India

Citroën Confirms Focus On India

It would appear that the direction we predicted for Citroën on March 17 has become a reality with yesterday’s acknowledgement by CEO Linda Jackson, that Citroën will launch sales in India no later than the end of 2021.Jackson told Automotive News Europe that the India push will be led by design ...
Forward Thinking (and collecting) in India

Forward Thinking (and collecting) in India

On a recent trip to India, Citroënvie member Prakash Raja noticed an article in the Hindustian Times about classic and vintage car collectors.   It mentioned B.S. Manco, Founder and Secretary General of the Vintage and Classic Car Club, Chandigarh.  The 75 year old gentleman owns a 1938 T ...
PSA Group buys India’s Ambassador car brand for $12m

PSA Group buys India’s Ambassador car brand for $12m

February 11, 2017: Claiming it was purchased for a nominal amount of just $12 million US (£9.6m), CK Birla Group (CBG), the owners of India’s Hindustan Motors announced the sale of its Ambassador car brand to PSA Group Peugeot Citroën. Hindustan Motors stopped production of the Ambassa ...
PSA Peugeot Citroën May Put India Plan on Hold

PSA Peugeot Citroën May Put India Plan on Hold

PSA Peugeot Citroën said it may delay its planned 650m Euro ($850m US) plant investment in India, adding only that it is “reviewing the investment calendar”. ...

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