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.
Matteo from #RoadsterLife, who has published videos about the DS, SM, CX, XM and 2CV, paid a fitting tribute to mastery of Flaminio Bertoni.
Three Africar vehicles were built with a wooden body and used Citroën GS engines mated to 2CV manual gearboxes driving the front wheels.
Cold War Motors is sort of an automotive themed version of Bob and Doug Mackenzie from the SCTV comedy series days, with beers in hand and a wall of liquor bottles serving as the backdrop in the part of his shop where the video is shot.
In the ad, released on Dec. 3, but in recent days since criticized on social media, shows Diab using a camera on his car to photograph a woman crossing the road, apparently without her consent.
Iain Tyrrell discusses the SM’s development and takes a road test where he eloquently conveys the brilliant engineering and remarkable ride that only the SM delivers to one fortunate enough to be behind the wheel.
Jeremy Clarkson points out to Richard Hammond the giant stop warning light in the SM, which happens to be on, along with the alternator and oil pressure light, which begs the question, why would you drive the car with these lights on?
A great video about this often overlooked chapter of Citroën’s Group B rally car history.
The folks at Fifth Gear, the British motoring magazine series, just took aim at the new Citroën Ami, in a road test test where they took the urban runabout to the track to test handling parameters.
Cyril Ribas from Aventure 2CV has produced a spectacular short video documenting a road trip he and his 16 year-old son Evann took through the Swiss Alps in his four-wheel drive 2CV.