Citroën unveiled its Ami One Concept today, a “disruptive all-electric object” that the company will present at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
Citroën Stories February 19, 2019
Citroën Stories March 21, 2017
PSA Group, Peugeot-Citroën, has recently launched the acquisition GM’s European business, including Opel/Vauxhall subsidiary and GM Financial’s European operations, and announced its intention to release more electric vehicles.
As part of the effort today, Citroën announced a new all-electric version of its Berlingo van. expand full story
Citroën Stories July 15, 2016
Earlier this year, we reported on the PSA group, which includes the French automotive brands Peugeot, Citroën and DS, announcing its plan for the electrification of its brands starting with two new electric vehicle platforms on which the company will build 4 new all-electric vehicles and 7 new plug-in hybrids by 2021.
One of the first vehicle to come to market under this new plan, although in limited-production will be the DS E-Tense all-electric supercar, which was spotted in the wild for the first time this week. expand full story
Citroën Stories May 26, 2016
The PSA group, which includes the French automotive brands Peugeot, Citroën and DS, announced this week 2 new electric vehicle platforms on which the company will build 4 new all-electric vehicles and 7 new plug-in hybrids by 2021. The company says that the first models will hit the market in 2019 expand full story
Citroën Stories February 29, 2016
French automaker Citroën will unveil an all-electric supercar at Geneva Motor Show this week through its luxury brand DS Automotive.
The new concept is called DS E-TENSE and the company already released a few pictures (see gallery below). expand full story
Citroën Stories December 8, 2015
France-based automaker Citroën officially announced yesterday the all-electric E-MEHARI. Although the car is officially based on the company’s flagship vehicle of the same name built between 1968-1988, it seems to borrow more design cues from the Bolloré Blue Summer which can be explained by the fact that the E-Méhari is built on Bolloré ‘s electric platform. expand full story