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Musings on the Motoring World

DS Automobiles needs to learn from its namesake’s success to survive in the Stellantis era

Have you ever gained an affinity and an unexplained appreciation for something you will never spend money for? Like vintage wine tasting or sampling lines of fine-cut Colombian cocaine. Well, that pretty much sums up my relationship with Citroën and its sub-brand DS Automobiles. An ongoing fascination for esoteric aesthetics with financially ruinous consequences. How […]

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Musings on the Motoring World

What Citroën needs to build for the next 100 years

Hang around car circles long enough and you would have heard Clarkson’s famous “you can’t be a petrolhead until you have owned an Alfa” quip. That being the case, if a heart for Alfas will inject a little octane into your veins, then a curiosity for Citroëns would be administering a dose of octane for […]

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Musings on the Past

10 years on from the Citroen that changed the game with a game

Though always intended as a showcase of future technology and visionary styling that might someday find its way into a production model, concept cars are rarely influential beyond the badge from which it came from. With technology being proprietary and design being its identity, concept cars rarely inspire followers. Perhaps the only truly influential concept […]