Tag: Citroen

Citroën Launches Adventurous My Ami Buggy Limited Edition Inspired By Concept

Citroën unveiled the My Ami Buggy, a special edition of the electric quadricycle inspired by last year’s concept, coming with a fabric roof and metal doors alongside adventurous bits. The model will be produced in a limited number of 50 units, all reserved for the French market. The production version of the My Ami Buggy […]

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1969 Citroën DS 21 ‘Majesty’ Saloon Is An Incredibly Rare, Incredibly Luxurious Sedan

The Citroën DS, one of the most beautiful cars ever made, is a pretty desirable classic in standard form, let alone the rare coachbuilt specials by Chapron. A great example is the pictured Citroën DS 21 “Majesty” Saloon which is being auctioned by Bonhams as one of the 27 units ever made in this bodystyle. […]

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202-MPH Citroen SM Makes An Appearance At Villa D’Este 2022

Citroens have always been known more for their quirkiness than their performance, which is why seeing modified ones is quite rare. Enter this heavily-reworked 1972 Citroen SM capable of speeds in excess of 200 mph (322 km/h), which made an appearance at this year’s running of the prestigious Villa d’Este car show. The car was […]

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Citroën 2CV Independent Design Study Proposes A Minimalist Electric Crossover

This is an independent design study by Dejan Hristov for a modern reincarnation of the Citroën 2CV that is neither related to nor endorsed by Citroën. Despite having a glorious history, Citroën seems to be negative about following the retro-inspired trend that is popularized among EVs including the likes of the VW ID. Buzz, the […]

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Citroën Grand C4 SpaceTourer Dropped From The Range As The Last Traditional MPV

The SUV-dominated market is a tough place for traditional MPVs which have been slowly dying. The latest victim is the Citroën Grand C4 SpaceTourer, which will be officially discontinued this year without a planned successor. This means that Citroën is left without a dedicated MPV model in its range after nearly three decades and almost […]

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Stellantis Temporarily Halts Van Production In Italy Due To Shortage Of French Engines

Stellantis was forced to halt production of vans in Italy on Monday due to a shortage of engines coming from France. While production restarted on Tuesday morning, officials cannot rule out the possibility of more stoppages in the future due to problems in the global supply chain. This was not the first day the plant […]

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2023 Citroën C4 Aircross Would Make A Fine Addition To The Brand’s SUV Range

This article includes speculative illustrations for a rumored Citroën C4 Sporty Cross variant created by Jean Francois Hubert/SB-Medien for CarScoops that are neither related to nor endorsed by Citroën. The all-new third-generation Citroën C4 was introduced in 2020 as a compact hatchback with crossover styling cues but the French company could be working on another variant […]

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Citroën Ends Production Of The C1, With C3 And Ami EV Models To Indirectly Fill Its Shoes

Citroën announced the production end for the C1 city car, following a stint of 17 years and around 1.2 million units sold, leaving the automaker without representation in the A-Segment. According to the French automaker, the decision was taken due to the “new mobility challenges” faced by the micro city-car segment, alongside the “major shift […]

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