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In pictures: Killer concepts from the floor of the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show

The exhibition halls at Messe Frankfurt are a fertile hunting ground for lovers of concept cars at this time of year, as automakers unveil vehicles that give a glimpse of possible future design directions, technologies that might be integrated into forthcoming production models, or pure flights of fancy. This year proved no different, with vehicles big and small, practical and absurd, strutting their stuff on the Frankfurt stage. Read More
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DS Wild Rubis: Citroen's latest SUV concept heads for Shanghai

Opting to show its latest concept car at the Shanghai Auto Show speaks to a shift in markets for Citroen. The French auto-manufacturer whose primary theater has been Europe has of late been struggling to retain market share. With the debut of the new Wild Rubis DS concept at the upcoming Shanghai Show, Citroen looks ready to shift gears to the emerging Asian market. Read More
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Peugeot Citroen to introduce compressed air hybrid by 2016

Various compressed air-powered vehicles – of both the two- and four-wheeled variety – have graced our pages over the years, but with a few exceptions, such as Volvo’s Air Motion Concept, major automotive manufacturers have generally shied away from such technology. PSA Peugeot Citroen is bucking this trend with its “Hybrid Air” powertrain that addresses the limited range of compressed air energy storage technology by combining it with a gasoline powered internal combustion engine (ICE). The company plans to have Hybrid Air powered vehicles on the road by 2016. Read More
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Citroen DS3 Cabrio now offers al-fresco driving

Its engine has won its class in the International Engine of the Year Awards for the last six years running, it won the World Rally Drivers and Constructors Championship at its first attempt in 2011 and will win both championships again this year. Indeed, it has won numerous journalist-bestowed awards in the last two years including Top Gear's 2010 "Car of the Year." Now it's available with a sliding top which combines a three-position convertible roof with a hatchback shape, frugality, and heaps of fun. It is Citroen's DS3 Cabrio, and although we won't see it in the metal until the Mondial de l'Automobile (Paris Motor Show) later this month, it will be in showrooms within six months. Read More
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Citroen to launch new DS range in China with the Numéro 9 concept

Legendary French automaker Citroen began resurrecting its venerable DS series a few years ago - the original line debuted in the 1950s, had a two-decade-long run, and was once voted "the most beautiful car of all time" - and is now introducing three more new takes on the DS into China, one of the largest and fastest-growing markets ever. The second coming of the DS began in 2009 with the DS3 and has since been followed by the DS4 and DS5. Now, three more models in the line will be launched later this year, and Citroen will be marking the event by unveiling its Numéro 9 concept at the Beijing Motor Show later this month. Read More

Citroen to "crowd-source" the design of a Special Edition on Facebook

With the internet connecting not just billions of computers but billions of creative minds, the news that Citroën UK was collaborating with Facebook to "crowd-source" the design of a new C1 variant at first appeared very exciting. The reality of the situation though, is that participants "choose" the number of doors (2 or 4), the interior and exterior colors and ... just six multiple choice options to configure the "C1 Connexion". Read More
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