Will Lorenzo repeat? Will Rossi come on strong or is he still too pissy about last year to ride with a clear head? Will Marquez be able to keep the Honda upright? Will Vinales be the next Alien? It all starts this weekend, so make sure you get your fantasy picks in!
Seventies PSAs kept it brilliantly simple. If you're trying to get drivers to take a second look for motorcyclists, this spot has it all: a well-spoken Brit rolling up his sleeves, a clear explanation of the problem, and a scary looking wreck unmarred by CGI.
Linda Jackson, former Managing Director of Citroën UK will replace Fréderic Banzet as CEO of the Citroën brand next month, thus becoming the second female CEO of an international car maker in less than a year.
After on Monday, the French newspaper Le Monde reported that PSA (Peugeot-Citroën) is planning to buy the struggling Opel brand in order to get a chance against the Volkswagen Group, Opel released a statement claiming the French are talking bollocks.
This Wednesday, Citroën will end the production of its executive saloon, the weird and wonderful C6. The 250 people working on that line will be transferred to other tasks, but it will also result in the Mulhouse factory stopping completely for two days this month. In the long run, PSA is planning to fire 11,200…
Opel has been the focus of a lot of squabbling inside GM as of late. The brand is underperforming and proving to be a pretty gigantic money pit. Analysts are telling GM to get rid of it as soon as humanly possible.
GM has officially teamed up with PSA Peugeot Citroën In order to stop losing all the money they're earning in the rest of the world in Europe on Opel/Vauxhall. Or, to put it other terms, they've dumped their weirdo Swedish girlfriend and picked up a tiny underfed French woman to help raise a better family.
If this British ad is the Ten Commandments of safe driving PSAs, the Canadian one above might just be the Garden State.
The winner of the first YouTube competition for best ad worldwide was this public service announcement from England about wearing seat belts. C'mon, it can't be that good...what the...wow, no, I'm fine, it just got really dusty in here. [Copyranter]
In 2008, 5,870 people were killed in car crashes while eating or talking on the phone. The government wants you alive, so it recently launched the public-service site Distraction.gov. In other news OH LOOK SOMETHING SHINY
Remember that British anti-texting ad? The Today Show's found it and they're going nuts. Donny Deutsch just said TV stations need to show the video like, around-the-clock. It's the biggest Welsh hit since Tom Jones.
Mitsubishi is quietly brewing an extensive electric vehicle program that's one of the most intensive in the industry and they've just announced a partnership with PSA Peugeot Citroen.
For the first time in the history of either company, both Peugeot and Renault have built more vehicles outside of France than in the glorious land of Bardot, Depardieu, Clouseau, Cousteau and Trust. The automakers reduced construction at home by fifteen percent, while foreign production has doubled in the past eight…
Who'd have thought the masters of Teutonic tech at BMW could work so amiably with the populist slide-rule jockeys at Peugeot-Citro n? It must be their taste in cologne, because the two companies are planning to expand the partnership, which spawned 1.4- and 1.6-liter engines for the latest Mini Cooper, by studying a…
Funny story. Turns out those leaked shots of Peugeot's 4007 SUV were the real thing, and we've awoken today to a couple of press releases introducing it and its Citroen C-Crosser sibling (pictured) to the European market. Like the 4007, the C-Crosser is the product of a joint venture with Mitsubishi to produce branded…
Sacr bleu! Wards Auto World reports Citr en is considering a sortie into Canada, a move that would position its cars closer to the US border than at any time since grey-market importation ended in the 1990s. Such a plan would give PSA, now executing a worldwide expansion push, an operations base from which it could…