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Citroën’s 100th year anniversary car concept makes you feel like you’re flying!

Founded way back in March 1919, Citroën has come a long way… and to celebrate 100 years of boldness and creativity at the service of freedom of movement, Citroën revealed a thing of sheer beauty, the concept 19_19, a car that embodies the company’s vision on the future of travel. Disclaimer: It’s electric, self-driving, feels like a “living room on wheels”, and takes cues from aviation design.The car’s exterior combines the appearance of an aircraft’s fuselage, along with the transparent bubbl...
Tags: Transportation, Design, Automotive, Paris, Electric, Citroën, Self Driving Car, Goodyear, Self Driving, 19_19, Citroën s Progressive Hydraulic Cushion Suspension


This futuristic concept car shows how Citroen envisions road-tripping in 2119

Paris-based Citroen is celebrating its 100th birthday by looking at what the next 100 years have in store. The company unveiled a concept car named 19_19 that explores how road-tripping might change in the coming decades. The post This futuristic concept car shows how Citroen envisions road-tripping in 2119 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Paris, Autonomous Cars, Concept Cars, Electric Cars, Citroën


WRC Rally Chile: Ogier holds Loeb at bay as Tanak nears win

Citroen's Sebastien Ogier pulled off a stunning World Rally Championship stage win on Rally Chile to defend second place from Sebastien Loeb, as Ott Tanak heads for victory
Tags: Sport, Chile, Citroën, WRC, Loeb, Sebastien Loeb, Ogier, Sebastien Ogier, Ott Tanak, Autosport, Rally Chile


Ogier growing impatient for Citroen WRC upgrades

Defending World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier is pushing his Citroen team for what he sees as overdue changes to the C3 WRC.
Tags: News, Citroën, Sebastien Ogier, Citroen WRC


Sebastien Ogier urges Citroen to improve C3 WRC for title hopes

Dissatisfied defending world champion Sebastien Ogier is pushing his Citroen team for what he sees as overdue changes to the C3 WRC
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Sebastien Ogier, Autosport


Citroen still 'trusts' Lappi amid '19 woes and WRC Argentina crash

Citroen insists it still 'trusts' its struggling World Rally Championship driver Esapekka Lappi after his Rally Argentina crash and he has its full backing
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Rally Argentina, Autosport, Lappi, Esapekka Lappi, WRC Argentina


Rally Argentina: Tanak takes 1.6s lead on opening stage

World Rally Championship driver Ott Tanak took an early lead on Rally Argentina, winning the opening Villa Carlos Paz superspecial by 1.6 seconds from Citroen's Sebastien Ogie
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Villa Carlos Paz, Ott Tanak, Tanak, Rally Argentina, Autosport


Shanghai Auto Show in Pictures - #ABDZinShanghai

Shanghai Auto Show in Pictures - #ABDZinShanghai AoiroStudioApr 25, 2019 Still getting back into the regular schedule here in Canada and still fighting that jetlag from traveling back from China. This is an honor for me to share this first of many upcoming articles about my experience at the Shanghai Auto Show this year. It has been an incredible journey for us on ABDZ and would love to share some pictures I took at the Shanghai Auto Show. I am still working ...
Tags: Design, China, Canada, Nissan, Kia, Citroën, Shanghai Auto Show, ABDZ, Geely Autos Imagine Concept, Mitsubishi Dongfeng Motor Renault EZ ULTIMO Nissan


Groupe PSA to launch 4 Citroen models in India by 2023 - Report

Groupe PSA announced yesterday that it will re-enter India with the Citroen C5...
Tags: India, Autos, Citroën, Groupe PSA


Orfeo ed Euridice in Rome

No wrecked motorcycle (director Harry Kupfer’s 1987 Berlin Orfeo), no wrecked Citroen and black hearse (David Alagna’s 2008 Montpellier Orfée [yes! tenorissimo Roberto Alagna was the Orfée), no famed ballet company (the Joffrey Ballet) starring in L.A. Opera’s 2018 Orpheus and Eurydice).
Tags: Religion, Rome, Citroën, Roberto Alagna, Joffrey Ballet, Harry Kupfer, Berlin Orfeo, David Alagna, Montpellier Orfée


Ogier: Corsica like a 'real life' WRC test amid Citroen struggles

Five-time World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier says his Tour of Corsica was like a "real life" testing session after pre-rally favourite Citroen struggled for pace throughout
Tags: Sport, Corsica, Citroën, WRC, Sebastien Ogier, Autosport


Sebastien Ogier pushing for Citroen WRC suspension overhaul

Sebastien Ogier is pushing to make fundamental suspension changes to Citroen's World Rally Championship car following his Rally Mexico victory earlier this month
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Sebastien Ogier, Rally Mexico, Citroen WRC, Autosport


Citroen boss Budar clarifies teams' stance on future WRC rules

Citroen team principal Pierre Budar has clarified his firm's position on its World Rally Championship future following comments attributed to the firm's CEO Linda Jackson
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, World Rally Championship, Autosport, Pierre Budar, Budar


Toyota's Kris Meeke apologises to Citroen over WRC red flag comment

Toyota World Rally Championship driver Kris Meeke has issued a public apology to Citroen for allegations that it had influenced a stage stoppage on Rally Mexico
Tags: Sport, Toyota, Citroën, WRC, Kris Meeke, Autosport


What We’re Reading: February 25-March 1

 Dangerous concrete, very special Oreos,  a unique way to get around town from Citroën and much more, compiled by Anne-Marie Siudzinski, Senior Library Information Specialist. Why is concrete dangerous?  Find out here. Live in The House Of Tomorrow, if you have $3 million to renovate it. Food expiration dates, clarified. Jessica Paro/flickr/2003 Game of Thrones Oreos.  We have nothing more to say. A dragon in the sky over Iceland. Getting around town, even without a license. You can buy a Tesla...
Tags: Radio, Iceland, Citroën, What We're Reading, Anne Marie Siudzinski, Jessica Paro


Peugeot hits the road again in the Americas

ATLANTA (AP) — The French maker of Peugeot automobiles plans to reintroduce the cars to North American markets. PSA Group, which also makes Citroen, did not say when it expects the 200-year-old Peugeot brand to make it to American and Canadian showroom floors. The company said Tuesday that the return of the Peugeot is part […]
Tags: Business, News, Americas, Atlanta, Ap, Nation, Peugeot, Citroën, PSA Group


Groupe PSA announces India re-entry with Citroen brand

As expected, Groupe PSA has announced that it will re-enter the Indian market...
Tags: India, Autos, Citroën, Groupe PSA


Police issue image of missing Inverness man's car

The release of an image of the Citroen, owned by Richard Finnis, is part of fresh efforts to trace the 30-year-old.
Tags: News, Citroën, Richard Finnis


Ostberg felt 'afraid and uncomfortable' in Citroen's R5 WRC2 car

Mads Ostberg admitted he felt afraid and uncomfortable on his Citroen C3 R5 debut at Rally Sweden last week
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Ostberg, Mads Ostberg, Rally Sweden, Autosport


You don’t need a licence to drive the Citroën Ami One

Citroën seems to have it the nail on the head by calling its Ami One a ‘disruptive all-electric object’, and not a car. Barely 2.5 meters long, the Ami One stems from an idea that traveling is an activity, and a car should only be as permanent as the need of that activity. The video above makes a pretty bold claim by saying that YOU choose how long you want (to rent) your car. Five minutes, five hours, five days…months , or even five years. This sounds like a gimmick, but think about the fact ...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Design, Future, Car, Automotive, Citroën, Ami One


Citroën says you could drive its tiny Ami One electric car without a license

Citroën's Ami One concept car is an electric vehicle that's as cute as it is compact. The miniature motor only has a top speed of 28 mph, so the French automaker imagines it as a shareable runaround for short drives. The post Citroën says you could drive its tiny Ami One electric car without a license appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Electric Car, Citroën, Micro Car


A Manifesto for… Freedom?

While your author is normally very wary of manifestos, especially those originating from Europe, an automotive missive from France captured his attention. It contained all the right ingredients: personal autonomy (ie – freedom), affordability, and most important of all, deregulation. It was a manifesto of freedom, penned by Citroën. I’m yours, comrade — er, camarade! Promising […] The post A Manifesto for… Freedom? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Europe, France, Autos, Mobility, Carsharing, Citroën, News Blog, PSA Group, Citroen Ami One Concept


This Citroen EV Is The ‘Object’ You Can Drive Without A Licence

Citroen has designed a pod-like concept that could replace both bicycles and buses in urban centres, and you don’t need any qualifications to use it
Tags: Autos, Citroën


Ogier wins Monte Carlo Rally in closest-ever finish

MONACO (AP) — In the closest-ever finish to the Monte Carlo Rally, world champion Sebastien Ogier beat main rival Thierry Neuville by just 2.2 seconds on Sunday to win the season-opening race. It was the six-time world champion’s sixth straight win at Monte Carlo — and seventh overall. Ogier’s victory also gave Citroen a symbolic […]
Tags: News, Sports, Auto Racing, Citroën, Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo Rally, Ogier, Sebastien Ogier, Thierry Neuville, MONACO AP


Monte Carlo Rally WRC: Ogier keeping Neuville at bay on Saturday

Citroen's Sebastien Ogier continues to hold Thierry Neuville at bay for the lead of the Monte Carlo Rally, and has a 5.3-second advantage after Saturday's first two stages
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Monte Carlo Rally, Sebastien Ogier, Thierry Neuville, Neuville, Autosport, Monte Carlo Rally WRC


DS's FE brake-by-wire solution based on 2003-04 Citroen WRC system

The DS Techeetah team's brake-by-wire system developed for the 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E season is based on a solution used by Citroen's World Rally Championship project fifteen years ago
Tags: Sport, Citroën, FE, Citroen WRC, Autosport, ABB FIA


Citroen 'has to win' WRC after signing Sebastien Ogier, says boss

Citroen team principal Pierre Budar has said his team 'has to win' the 2019 World Rally Championship after acquiring the services of six-time world champion Sebastien Ogie
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Sebastien Ogier, Autosport, Pierre Budar


Lappi: Citroen can be fastest 2019 WRC car if gravel issues sorted

Esapekka Lappi says he has seen enough potential in his new Citroen C3 WRC to know it can be the fastest car in this year's World Rally Championship
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Autosport, Lappi, Esapekka Lappi


Sebastien Ogier doesn't want team orders at Citroen in 2019 WRC

Sebastien Ogier says he does not want any team orders from Citroen in the 2019 World Rally Championship
Tags: Sport, Citroën, WRC, Sebastien Ogier, Autosport


Barn find Bugatti trio found in Belgium is worth over $1m

Three classic Bugattis and a Citroen is a major barn find discovery, with all four cars heading to auction in February
Tags: News, Belgium, Bugatti, Citroën