This Brigitte Bardot Movie Has Some Of The Best Awful Driving In Cinema

There's a lot of movies I know almost nothing about save for the cars in them. Mid-century French cinema is not something I'll pretend to be an expert on, but man, do they have some great traffic sequences. And this one, from the 1961 movie la Bride Sur le Cou has one of the best awful driving sequences I've ever seen. » 12/08/14 9:50pm 12/08/14 9:50pm

Slow Your Roll, Sebastien Loeb's Rallye Monte Carlo Drive Is A One-Off

Yes, insanely dominant World Rally Championship driver Sebastien Loeb and his co-driver Daniel Elena are back in a rally car for Rallye Monte Carlo. No, they won't pwn all the n00bs in WRC, at least not for the entire season. It's a one-off drive. Here's why we love it anyway. » 11/25/14 11:40am 11/25/14 11:40am

Peugeot-Citröen May Be Coming Back To The US In 2020

I'm sure there's a certain chunk of our readership who's spit-taking Orangina at the screen and crushing their croque-monsieurs in their hands in barely-contained glee. The brand we'd get would be DS, not exactly Citröen or Peugot, but it'd still be great to see some French iron back on our shores. If it happens. » 10/07/14 11:42am 10/07/14 11:42am

The Real Top Gear In Argentina Story Is This Chilean Citröen

Sure, it's a big deal when Jeremy Clarkson pisses off an entire country and gets run out by an angry mob, but lost in all the speculation of license plate-based trolling and smashed car windows was this very important detail: it looks like the Top Gear special will feature a Citröneta, one of the weirdest 2CV variants… » 10/03/14 4:30pm 10/03/14 4:30pm

Don't Laugh, This Citroen With Insane Doors Is Actually Close To Reality

Forget the lack of rear visibility, the bonkers door mechanism and the crystals in the cabin. The Citroën Divine DS Concept is much more than just a bunch of show elements put together for the Paris audience. This has the ingredients of something far more important for France's most quirky automaker. » 10/03/14 2:37pm 10/03/14 2:37pm

1978 Citroën Dyane 6 Confort: Jalopnik Classic Mini-Review

Being a motor journalist has some really wonderful perks, like free overnight, after-hours access to any Sizzler's salad bar. I think my favorite perk is that you can often convince motor museums to let you actually drive some of their cars. Which is exactly what I did at the fantastic Lane Motor Museum. » 9/03/14 2:37pm 9/03/14 2:37pm

Citroen Knew How To Sell The Hell Out Of A Car Back In the 1980s

When it comes to automotive weirdness, Citroen is usually the Reigning and Forever King. No one comes close to challenging them. That weirdness usually extends to their ads, as well, which usually just leave us scratching our heads. But when they weren't being weird, they were being brilliant. » 8/09/14 9:31am 8/09/14 9:31am