(1) PVP recomendado en Península y Baleares de Nuevo BERLINGO TALLA M BlueHDi 75 FEEL 14.990€ (Impuestos, transportes y Operación Promocional incluidos), para clientes particulares que entreguen un vehículo Citroën propiedad del comprador al menos durante los últimos 3 meses y que financien un capital mínimo de 6.000€ y una permanencia mínima de 36 meses, a través de PSA Financial Services Spain EFC, S.A.
ESTO ES Crossover cómodo, difícil de catalogar. Es la segunda generación.
ESTO ES Actualización interesante del modelo que salió en 2016.
The C4 Cactus, C4 SpaceTourer and Grand C4 SpaceTourer ranges have been expanded with the launch of additional automatic versions, powered by the new 1.5-litre BlueHDi engine. The C4 Cactus BlueHDi 120 model features a six-speed automatic transmission and is offered exclusively with Flair trim. The uprated engine and self-shifting gearbox costs £1,565 more than the comparable BlueHDi 100 model.
Citroën belatedly joins the medium SUV segment. Citroën has announced first details of the European version of the C5 Aircross SUV, a model that shares its underpinnings with the Peugeot 3008 and DS 7 Crossback, but with a quirky design and Citroën’s Progressive Hydraulic Cushion suspension. First seen at the Shanghai motor show in April 2017, the SUV will be in showrooms later this year, with Citroën’s first-ever plug-in hybrid model following a year later.
Citroën C5 Aircross. In China ist der C5 Aircross schon seit Monaten auf dem Markt und soll sich hervorragend schlagen. Bei uns ist es erst Anfang 2019 so weit. Mit 4,5 Meter Länge richtet er sich an Audi Q3 und Co.
Premium small SUV buyers will soon be able to add the DS 3 Crossback to their shopping list, alongside the Audi Q2 and Volkswagen T-Roc. Unlike those models, it will also be available as an all-electric E-Tense model with a 186-mile range. Efficient petrol and diesel models will arrive first when the Crossback arrives at dealerships in the spring.
1948 and all that The Land Rover was far from the only stand-out in a watershed year. Giles Chapman picks his highlights from around the globe.
For some reason, the name of Sir Basil Spence, the prolific Scottish brutalist and modernist architect, keeps cropping up. He is one of those people I link with the ’50s optimism of the Festival of Britain (he did design one of the exhibitions) and the early Comet jet-liners. Through to the ’70s he was probably our most famous architect, but before writing this I knew little about him - except that there was a hazy Lancia connection and that he’d designed Coventry Cathedral, perhaps his most famous project.
‘We can do much better in the UK’ Fluent in French automotive iconography, can Arnaud Ribault bring some of that magic to DS?
Nej tack. Tegen een goede zakenrelatie kun je maar beter zeggen waar het op staat.
DS unleashes Audi Q2 rival SUV. DS 3 Crossback will come in petrol, diesel and electric flavours. PSA brand aims to underscore premium car credentials with new DS 3 Crossback.
Launching next year, DS’ second new model in its next stage of development will be the DS3 Crossback, which follows in the footsteps of the DS7 Crossback.
Citroen is planning to launch an all-new C4 Cactus in 2020 with a fully electric powertrain option, alongside conventional engine choices.
The range of DS 7 model has expanded with the launch of automatic editions of the BlueHDi 130 powerplant. Offered in Elegance, Performance Line and Prestige trim levels, the engine develops 129bhp and 221lb ft of torque. The eight-speed automatic transmission costs an additional £1,500, with CO2 emissions of 105g/km and fuel economy of 70.6mpg on the combined cycle.
Super-rare supercars, quirky curiosities, a lot of Citroëns and one very large lorry… it can only be Rétromobile. Words & Photography Drive-My Team.
The man who got past the Citroën DS. Robert Opron Giant of French car design interviewed. Moving Citroën on from the biggest of design icons is just one of Robert Opron’s achievements, as he recounts to Guy Bird. Portraits Peter Guenzel.
Collectors go crazy for Citroëns. As the historic collection is downsized and moved, enthusiasts snap-up rarities. Words James Elliott.
Citroën Citela – 1992. Chronic congestion and problematic parking due to our ever-expanding population and urbanisation is sadly nothing new. Back in the 1990’s, with Paris suffering heavily from these urban pressures, French car manufacturers took up the challenge of building a car to suit every need and help alleviate some of the more pertinent problems. One such concept car, was Citroën’s modular Citela (Citroën Electric Automobile). Unveiled in the French pavilion at the Universal Exposition of Seville in 1992, the Citela was Citroën’s response to Renault’s own electric folding ‘Zoom’, which was revealed just a couple of months earlier. The Citela had an ace up its sleeve though, as it was able to be transformed from a coupé to a mini estate or a pickup truck thanks to its modular detachable passenger cell that, according to the carmaker, could be achieved in as little as five minutes.