Yes, That's An Engine In The Hatch Of This Awesome French City Car

One of my favorite cars from the 84th Geneva Motor Show must be the new Twingo. It's got a hidden engine in its boot which powers the rear wheels. That's pretty much the perfect recipe for an agile compact, but it's also unusual nowadays and different doesn't always sell in the automotive world. Corollas do. » 3/04/14 4:30pm 3/04/14 4:30pm

French Cars Might Work In The U.S. Now, If They Ever Make A Return

A return to the U.S. market is probably the last thing on the minds of Peugeot-Citroen and Renault. There have been no new French cars for sale here in almost 25 years. The companies are still on shaky financial ground. But the cars being pressed with saving them look good, and good enough for Americans. » 2/19/14 9:00pm 2/19/14 9:00pm

PSA Peugeot Citroën To Get A Big Infusion Of Chinese Cash

Times are tough over at PSA Peugeot Citroën. They've been burning through billions of Euros in cash over the last few years and have struggled to sell cars in the weak European economy and have stumbled abroad. But a new savior appears to be in the form of Chinese automaker Dongfeng. » 2/18/14 7:00pm 2/18/14 7:00pm

Weird New Citroën C4 Cactus Has Air-Filled Shock-Absorbing Body Panels

Citroën has always been one of boredom's most dedicated foes, and the leaked images of their new C4 Cactus reveal a car very well equipped to do battle with ennui. Who else but Citroën could get away with naming a car after an immobile desert plant with spines and fill it with shock-absorbing body panels? » 2/05/14 9:00am 2/05/14 9:00am

Here's Your Handy Chart Of Cars Named 'SuperAmerica'

You'd think there'd be more cars named after an America that's super. America already conjures up images of freedom, power, gleeful excess, and eagles mating majestically in the air, so you'd think a super version of that would be like Superman having sex with a magic hamburger. As it turns out, there's only been five… » 1/24/14 3:30pm 1/24/14 3:30pm

Sebastian Loeb Finished His Rally Career Upside Down

The nine-time world champion chose his home rally in France to bid farewell to his 14-season long career in WRC, but on the final day, it all went tits up at the Cleethorpes vineyards when he lost control on the wet tarmac and fell into a ditch. » 10/07/13 10:30am 10/07/13 10:30am