I, for one, am very excited about Citroën’s planned return to the United States, even if it begins with some kind of ride-sharing service. This country badly needs an injection of French funkiness, the kind Europeans got for years with cars like this Citroën CX.
Now, I haven't been in this long wheelbase 1986 Citroën CX, but with its hydropneumatic suspension that can smooth out the roughest of roads, and an interior fit for the gods, I'd be willing to say that there isn't a more comfortable car on sale right now.
Some cars just look like they were always designed to be longroofs.
In case you've never seen the incredibly weird sci-fi flick Zardoz, it basically entails a future post-apocalyptic wasteland where Sean Connery runs around in his underpants. Seriously. The Citroen CX had just as many futuristic features, but is this the future you'd want to live in?
In 1989, with the Berlin wall being smashed apart by drunk, liberated teenagers, East German strongman Erich Honecker watched as a new stretch Citroen CX limousine slipped from his grasp. Now you can buy the car that was almost his.
The guys from Top Gear hate caravans with a passion, so being ordered to build three of them for an upcoming show must have killed them. The three motorhomes they built? Anything but conventional.
These two parents spotted the Top Gear crew filming an upcoming challenge and went a little bit insane. Although we'd be excited if we saw Jeremy Clarkson in a Citröen-based house too, we don't think we'd be this excited.
In France, the Train à Grande Vitesse, or TGV, is one of the fastest ways to travel. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a Citroën that, while not so Grande Vitesse, is still a great way to get around.
We can't tell you what cheezoid cop show you're watching, nor can we tell you why the chiseled good guy in the Renault 5 is pursuing the obvious baddie in the Citroën.
Located just south of Austria and in the northern portion of what was once Yugoslavia, Slovenia is an ideal place to find street-parked cars from all over Europe, East and West, not to mention the occasional Detroit truck. Nicjasno, the guy who brought us the rescued Slovenian Peugeot 504, is back with a vast…
The jaw-droppingly steep price tag, automatic transmission, and ARBOUR GREEN paint of the '56 Jag made it an unassailable Hell Project fortress, giving the XK140 an easy win over the '58 Mercedes-Benz 190 in our last Choose Your Eternity poll. Was it fair to force a Benz to go toe-to-toe with the product of a PCH…
We've been getting some great Down On The Street Bonus Edition photos from our readers (so many, in fact, that it's getting tough to post them as fast as they come in- which is a good problem to have). However, when you find and photograph a daily-driven Citröen Traction-Avant on the streets of your city, you get…