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Reigning FIA World Rally Champion, Sebastien Loeb, has put himself on course to become the most successful driver in the history of world rallying, by taking the WRC championship lead with victory on the Acropolis Rally in Greece. The Frenchman, who now has 41 WRC victories to his name, has won a record-equalling four consecutive World Rally Championships - all with Citroe"n - and if he and co-driver, Daniel Elena, remain in front until the end of the year, he will move ahead of Juha Kankkunen and Tommi Makinen

Citroen will be displaying two very special vehicles at this year’s Festival of Speed at Goodwood, exhibiting both the rich racing pedigree and forward thinking, environmentally considerate design of the marque. A replica of the Citroen Xsara WRC, as driven by Colin McRae in the 2003 World Rally Championship will be showcased at the event’s Forest Rally Stage paddock, alongside ten other significant vehicles from the late rally champion’

MW Specialist Vehicles Ltd, is now using Citroën Relay 35 and 40 panel vans as the basis for its range of conversions for Police, health authority and drainage applications. The fast growing Cheshire-headquartered converter has specified Citroën Relay vans as they provide massive internal load compartment dimensions, low load deck height and high payload capability. The first four MW Specialist Vehicles’ converted Relay vans have just been fully equipped with CCTV underground monitoring equipment. They have

Citroën is set to add a touch of class to the estate car world with the introduction of the stylish, dynamic and eminently practical C5 Tourer which goes on sale on 17th June. Immediately impressive from any angle, the Tourer adds a new dimension - and a lot more space - to the C5 range, as one of the most luxurious ‘estate’ cars in its class. Bringing a fresh new approach to a market where good looking design is often passed over for pra

Citroën has hit the silver screen with its most environmentally-friendly cars starring in a short film that pays homage to the legendary chase scene from ‘The Italian Job.’ Shot at the fun and futuristic location of the Cornwall-based Eden Project, the sequence features three C1s decked out in Citroën’s native French Tricolore colours of red, white and blue, racing around the Cornwall eco-charity’s headquarters as part of this year’s

Christian Streiff, Chairman of the Board of PSA Peugeot Citroën and Osamu Masuko, President of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC), have signed a joint venture agreement to produce vehicles for three brands, Peugeot, Citroën and Mitsubishi in Russia. The assembly plant will be located on the site of Kaluga, 180 km south-west of Moscow. It will produce mid-range SUVs for Mitsubishi, Peugeot and Citroën brands as well as medium size Peugeot a

Citroen is unveiling C-Cactus at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. This ingenious concept is a new take on vehicle design, centered on essential values. The Marque's ambitious aim is to market an ecological hatchback with cheerful, attractive styling, equipped with a hybrid HDi drivetrain and sold at the same price as an entry-level C4. To square this complex equation, Citroen is exploring new forms of design. It has decided to abandon features that are not essential to comfort and to focus inst

Citroen is unveiling C5 Airscape at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. This exceptional concept car is a new take on the most beautiful of vehicles, the cabriolet. C5 Airscape features powerful, dynamic exterior styling and an interior of exclusive design, made for driving pleasure and the comfort of three passengers. The original mechanism of the folding roof underlines the overall sophistication of design. Styled for maximum appeal, C5 Airscape also delivers maximum performance. New-generation

Andre Citroen organised the first motor crossing of the Sahara in 1922. Five half -track vehicles, tough enough to cross rocky and inhospitable terrain, were the first to journey from Algeria to French West Africa. Galvanised by this exploit, André Citroën followed it up with the Croisière Noire in 1924 and the Croisière Jaune in 1931. The public was thoroughly captivated by these truly adventurous Asian and African expeditions, which were recognised at the time as important economic, humani

The C-Crosser, Citroen’s new high-end SUV, has a number of aces in its pack. It boasts attractive, prestige styling, a 5+2 seat configuration with easy-to-use modularity, all-wheel drive for real versatility in use, and a HDi diesel engine equipped with a particulate filter for class-leading performance and minimal environmental impact. Premiering at the Geneva Motor Show, the C-Crosser will be launched in Europe from summer 2007. Bearing all the design

The new five seat Citroen C4 Picasso benefits from the same forward thinking that shaped the design of the recently launched Grand C4 Picasso, with outstanding all-round visibility, a light and airy interior, leading cabin and boot space, incorporating a new version of Citroën’s Modubox folding trolley, and the use of high quality materials. The easy-to-use and flexible interior lay-out combines with the uncluttered interior space and the highest levels of comfort to ensure that travelling is