DS 7 Crossback

All-Electric DS SUV Set for Reveal Next Year

DS is developing an all-electric small SUV (of Audi Q2 size), that is expected to be revealed next year, and introduced on the market in 2019. The overall brand strategy is to have four SUVs models in a six-car lineup. The first SUV is to be the DS 7 Crossback, which…

1 month ago by Mark Kane 3

Vinyl Black Citroën E-Mehari Fit For A Dominatrix

The limited edition version of the EV comes with Courrèges bag. The fashion label Courrèges and Citroën are teaming up once again to create a chic take on the E-Mehari, but unlike the 2016 concept, this isn’t a one-off. Fashionistas will need to act fast, though, because Citroën will only…

2 months ago by Chris Bruce 9

Citroen Reveals E-Berlingo Multispace 106-Mile Electric Van

Citroën E-Berlingo Multispace electrifies van segment, 106-mile range Don’t worry about CO2 emissions while hauling your friends or lots of gear. Citroën broadens its range of electric offerings with the new E-Berlingo Multispace. The company is aiming the van at customers or businesses looking for room to haul while making…

7 months ago by Chris Bruce 12

PSA Group: 27 New BEV or PHEV Models By 2023

PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares has announced that more vehicles will be plugging in from Peugeot, Citroen and DS brands in the coming years. The company’s previously announced “Push to Pass” strategy included 11 models (4 BEVs and 7 PHEVs) by 2021. Now Tavares hints that 80 percent of 34…

8 months ago by Mark Kane 14

DS 7 Crossback

DS 7 Crossback At Geneva – Images & Videos

  The DS 7 Crossback arrived at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show this week as first DS to be available in both conventional and plug-in hybrid version. It will arrive in the spring of 2019. For many of us (as we saw in the comments to our debut post) it’s…

8 months ago by Mark Kane 1

PSA Interested In Nabbing Chevy Bolt Powertrain Info

General Motors is step by step withdrawing from Europe. After selling Saab and withdrew of Chevrolet, it seems now is the time to sell Opel (and Vauxhall). German brand brings 16 straight years of net loses to GM. “After racking up about $9 billion in losses since 2009, GM is…

8 months ago by Mark Kane 0