It’s cruel, I know, but I think it bears repeating: If you see a small animal in your path while driving and you are traveling too fast to safely slow down or stop, do not, for the love of God, swerve around it. Just hit it. Go through it. It’s safer that way.
PSA Group, the parent company of Citroën, DS Automobiles, Peugeot, Opel, and Vauxhall, wants to come back to the U.S. market with low-volume production models, likely on a similar method as Alfa Romeo’s return to the U.S. They are, however, also considering a ride-sharing model as well. In either case, PSA Group have…
Here’s a video of comedian Lil Duval reclining and smoking what appears to be a decent-sized joint, while his Tesla drives on the highway in the vehicle’s Autopilot mode. It’s unequivocally chill! A wonderful glimpse into the future! But, at the risk of being a total fun-killer, this makes for a good moment to remind…
When you’re in Europe, you can always pick out the American car nerds because something perfectly ordinary, like a Peugeot 208, can roll by and we’ll absolutely lose our shit over it. Well, maybe we’ll be losing our shit stateside soon!
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In a move that I can’t say I’d have predicted, PSA Peugeot-Citroen is buying the Ambassador name and related branding and trademarks from Hindustan Motor’s parent company, C K Birla. What they’re planning to do with the legendary (well, in India) Ambassador name hasn’t been revealed, but, of course, we can guess.
Back by unpopular demand is a juicy new PSA, or “Pile of Shit Announcement.” My inaugural post described my intention make amends after several years as a shady used car dealer, retiring my gold chains and hair gel to start caped crusade preventing the readers of Jalopnik from buying a lemon. Here’s one to avoid: the…
Caveat Emptor is something the Romans never imagined would apply to purchasing motorized horseless chariots, but the famous Latin phrase meaning “buyer beware” should be at the forefront of everyone’s mind when shopping for a used car.
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.