All Citroen articles – Page 3

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    Citroen C-Cactus


    For CDN, this was the star of the show, in terms of creativity of ideas and genuinely new thinking about an approach to car design.

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    Citroen DS Inside


    The DS naming is part of a new brand strategy for Citroën.

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    Citroën C3


    Although announced back in June, this was the first time CDN saw the new C3 in the metal.

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    Citroen DS3


    The DS3 was presented as the DS Inside concept in Geneva this year and, as CDN predicted, there are few changes for the production model.

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    Citroen Revolte


    The Citroën Revolte concept was one of the highlights of the show and another concept that polarizes opinion.

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    Citroen DS High Rider


    The DS High Rider is not so much a concept as a pre-production preview of the new DS4 model that will provide a B-segment SUV competitor to the new Nissan Juke and Mini Countryman when launched as a production model next year.

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    Citroen Survolt [Geneva 2015]


    Hot pink butting up to gloss blue; matte gray nestling closely with orange and chrome detailing. Add a riot of layered surface interplays as well as extreme, mini-supercar proportions, and extended exposure to the Citroën Survolt concept sounds like a recipe for a migraine, or a page out of Tommy Hilfiger’s Spring/Summer catalogue. So why the double-whammy of complex form and the bold use of color and textile?

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    Citroen C4


    It seems hard to believe six years have passed since the first C4 was launched, but its successor - a new model to take on the VW Golf and Ford Focus - is launched here in Paris.

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    Citroen DS4


    Citroën is launching two key production models here today: the volume selling C4 and its upmarket DS4 variant.

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    Citroen Lacoste


    Citroën showcars fall into two categories: either complex, slightly overworked concepts with a strong intellectual back story or else purer studies that reduce the car to its component parts and re-examine the automobile in terms of materials and construction.

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    Concept Car of the Week: Citroën Activa I (1988)


    A look back at the big Citroën built to show off some pretty high-tech hydropneumatics

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    Design Development: Citroën Aircross


    How Citroën channeled the Cactus to create its new SUV

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    Citroën Aircross interior is a triumph


    The Citroën Aircross’ exterior is more than good enough to warrant placing on the Car of the Show shortlist with its development of the new corporate image and neat detail solutions, but its interior is the real highlight

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    Citroen DS Numero 9 highlights


    Citroen announced its intention to launch three new DS models due for production at Beijing

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    Imported heritage


    The infancy of the Chinese car industry dictates that the general public has zero perception of what brands – some of which have been around for ten times longer than this country’s entire mass car market – have achieved

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    DS: an object lesson in how to create a premium brand


    The DS Numero 9 captured much of the pre-Beijing press coverage thanks to the ‘leak’ of its pre-show Parisian photo shoot and Laurent Nivalle’s seductive video

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    Old Citroëns on home turf


    While Citroën wrestles with exactly what type of car should wear a modern DS badge or a double chevron logo, it’s nice to see that it hasn’t forgotten to recall a time when its cars changed the game

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    Renault Eolab and Citroën C4 Cactus Airflow 2L: two very different solutions to the same brief


    The French government has asked its carmakers to design cars that are practical, affordable, production feasible and can use 2 liters of fuel per 100km or less, which is rather more difficult than it sounds

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    Citroen C4 Cactus Adventure concept adds some extra spikes


    We had the chance to spend some time with the new Citroen C4 Cactus and its designers earlier this month – read our First Sight feature here. Needless to say we were very impressed by this innovative yet rational family car

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    Stand size isn’t everything


    The Geneva motor show doesn’t really have the space (or the inclination?) for the huge automotive temples Frankfurt seems to attract