Have you ever seen the bottom side of a Citroën DS? The Tesla Model S has nothing on this 1954 design. Photo credit: Citroënët
Futuristic Jetsons-like styling, adjustable suspension, turning headlights, and a manual gearbox unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Sound like the future? How about a 1973 Citroën SM.
The owner of this 1969/2 Citroën DS21 says this car was to the car industry what Nirvana was to the music world. They both make a big impression but good luck trying to understand them.
When is it justifiable to leave a rare French classic practically abandoned in the woods to rot? The answer is how dare you. This absolutely lovely 1968 Citroën DS is one of the most beautiful and comfortable cars ever built. Now it stands as a project that you can have, for less than a month's worth of work at…
This isn't quite as exciting as seeing Leno getting pulled over in a Corvette Z06. Unless you have an odd fetish for French cars, in which case, this is quite possibly the greatest video you'll ever watch.
The Citroën Déesse is commonly cited as being one of the most comfortable cars of all time, and inarguably one of the most innovative. I need to be inside of one.
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.
Citroën's DS brand is now separate from its parent, and it looks like it's just starting to flesh out ideas for a Golf-style hatchback. And man is it funky.
What if you got a 1970 Citroen DS21 Pallas in white with lots of chrome, but you don't like white or chrome? You wrap it and go a bit loco in the process.
[A model displays the sleek new Citroen open sports car which was presented for the first time August 31, 1961 at the "pre catelan" just outside Paris. The two-door four-seater will make its debut at the next Paris Motor Show, with the sale of the cars scheduled for 1962. (AP Photo)]
By now, you've probably seen photos of that Porsche 911/Citroën DS hybrid floating around the web. It purports to be a perfect fusion of two of history's most beautiful cars, but McMike of Opposite Lock has some convincing evidence that it may not be what it seems.
The Citroën DS is one of the greatest cars ever made. Hell, it may even be THE greatest car ever made. Now you have the chance to own a DS previously owned by rock legend Alice Cooper all for the low, low "buy it now" price of $115,000.
It was November 2006: I was post-college unemployed and had just moved to Long Island City. When I wasn't job-searching, I was pretty deep into reading random Wikipedia entries and watching Arrested Development reruns.
Sure, the French have made some cars that are truly crap, but not every French car is all bad. So today, in honor of Bastille Day, why shouldn't we see some examples of Gaullish Greatness?
Our very own Wolverine, Nino Karotta tried to teach you some Hungarian with his review of the bonkers Renault Avantime or the two-faced BMW M5, but when it came to the roadtrip with a Scion FR-S from Barcelona to Budapest, the team took the time to shoot everything twice so you could enjoy the video in English as…
Welcome to Found Around Town, where we feature cars we find in a city where interesting ones are rare because everyone drives a Prius or rides a bicycle: Austin, Texas.
Alícia Rius has shown us what abandoned cars look from the inside. Peter Lippmann, an American photographer based in Paris, takes the opposite perspective. His series Paradise Parking shows cars in a rather more advanced state of decay than the cars in Rius’s From the backseat of my car, cars which are more greenery…