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PSA Q1 revenue falls as car sales decline in China

April 27, 2016 09:36 CET

PSA's first-quarter revenue fell 1.4 percent as Europe's second-biggest carmaker struggled to increase sales outside its home market and contended with currency shifts. Sales amounted to 13 billion euros ($14.7 billion). That compares with a restated 13.2 billion euros a year earlier.... Read More »

PSA plots 3-stage return to U.S.

9:33 am U.S. ET | April 5, 2016

PSA Peugeot Citroen unveiled a 10-year plan that could eventually mean the return or launch of Peugeot, Citroen and DS models in the U.S.... Read More »

VIDEO: AutoNews Now: Ford to attack Prius from Mexico?

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 5, 2016

Ford to attack Prius from Mexico?, Plant slated to open in '18, UAW: 'Very troubling'; PSA's path back to U.S.; Public retailers dialing back buy-sells, experts say; Mini pulls ads.... Read More »

RICHARD TRUETT

BLOG: For Peugeot, time for a U.S. return just may be right

1:00 pm U.S. ET | March 15, 2016

If you've heard that PSA Peugeot Citroen is considering a return to North America, don't think that this is the same company producing the same quality of vehicles from 1991, the year PSA retreated from America.... Read More »

VIDEO: AutoNews Now: How automakers can 'punch' up sales

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 14, 2016

How automakers can 'punch' up sales; What's riling VW dealers; Peugeot U.S. comeback?; Entry-level Porsche; Driverless in the U.K.... Read More »

PSA will pay Iran partner $446 million compensation for quitting market, report says

Feb. 8, 2016 11:28 CET

PSA will pay its Iran partner $446 million in compensation for losses incurred after it quit the country due to sanctions, the Iranian company told a local news agency.... Read More »

PSA plans to cut 850 jobs at French factory, report says

Feb. 5, 2016 11:04 CET

PSA/Peugeot-Citroen plans to cut the night shift and 850 jobs at its Poissy factory near Paris to adapt to lower output levels as production of the Citroen C3 is moved to Slovakia next year, Reuters reported.... Read More »

RICHARD TRUETT

BLOG: Sergio's plan to sell rebadged Dart, 200 replacements could work -- if he chooses wisely

11:00 am U.S. ET | Feb. 2, 2016

FCA just may be able to replace the Dart and 200 with more salable vehicles. The key to success: The replacements must not be available here from any other manufacturer.... Read More »

PSA will recall 2,484 cars in Russia over possible problem with electronics

Feb. 2, 2016 14:18 CET

PSA/Peugeot-Citroen will recall 2,484 Peugeot 4007 crossovers in Russia because of possible problems with their electronics systems.... Read More »

Ford, aiming for pickup fuel economy crown, preps diesel-powered F-150

2:30 pm U.S. ET | Jan. 28, 2016

Ford appears to be gearing up to launch a diesel-powered version of the F-150, possibly as early as next year, and wrest the fuel efficiency crown from the hot-selling Ram 1500 EcoDiesel. Diesel-powered F-150 test trucks have been spotted running around Ford's product development center in Dearborn, Mich.... Read More »

PSA will invest $435 million to upgrade plant in Iran

Jan. 28, 2016 10:53 CET

PSA/Peugeot-Citroen and its long-time Iranian partner will invest $435 million upgrading their auto plant near Tehran to produce 100,000 vehicles a year. The revamped factory will make the Peugeot 208 hatchback, 301 sedan and 2008 crossover.... Read More »

Top designers share their top picks

12:01 am U.S. ET | Jan. 19, 2016

Toronto's Globe and Mail newspaper had a little fun recently with some of the industry's leading designers. The paper asked them to pick their favorite cars from other companies.... Read More »

Nigeria state bank to sell stake in Peugeot factory

Jan. 14, 2016 06:01 CET

Nigeria's state-backed bank AMCON plans to sell its majority stake in PSA/Peugeot-Citroen's local joint venture. The bank is seeking bids from investors with experience in automobile manufacturing.... Read More »

Top designers share their top picks

12:01 am U.S. ET | Jan. 11, 2016

Toronto's Globe and Mail newspaper had a little fun recently with some of the industry's top designers. The paper asked them to pick their favorite cars from other companies.... Read More »

Peugeot-Citroen merger architect Roland Peugeot dies

Jan. 8, 2016 11:40 CET

French industrialist Roland Peugeot, who oversaw the merger of the Peugeot and Citroen brands, has died at age 89.... Read More »

Toyota, PSA boost joint Czech output 8% in 2015

Jan. 8, 2016 11:49 CET

Toyota and PSA/Peugeot-Citroen's factory in the Czech Republic increased production by 8 percent in 2015... Read More »

Renault aims to take lead from PSA in post-sanction Iran

Sept. 6, 2015 06:01 CET

Renault plans to become the biggest-selling European carmaker in Iran, the Middle East's largest market, ahead of French rival PSA. Renault plans to use cash that had been trapped in Iran to seize the advantage, sources said.... Read More »

PSA sells Citroen, DS operations in Ireland

Aug. 12, 2015 20:47 CET

PSA will sell Citroen Motors Ireland to UK-based independent car distributor IM Group for an undisclosed sum. The deal marks a U-turn by PSA, which in November 2009 took back control of its Irish operation from a local distributor.... Read More »

Spain fines GM, Ford, other automakers for anti-competitive practices

July 31, 2015 06:01 CET

Spain's CNMC competition authority fined 21 automakers and two consultancy firms 171 million euros for anti-competitive practices. GM and Ford were given the highest penalties.... Read More »

Toyota, PSA boost joint Czech output 38% on updated models

July 7, 2015 16:35 CET

Toyota and PSA increased first-half production by 38 percent at their joint car factory in the Czech Republic because of the launch of updated versions of the minicars the automakers build together.... Read More »

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE E-MAGAZINE

Check out the ANE e-magazine for July

July 6, 2015 06:01 CET

The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe e-magazine is ready for you to view. This month's edition looks at why Skoda's rising sales and profits both help and hinder its parent, VW Group.... Read More »

NICK GIBBS

BLOG: Why Ford stumbled with the EcoSport

12:01 am U.S. ET | July 3, 2015

Ford stumbled with the EcoSport and was forced to make a quick redesign to address poor sales. So what went wrong?... Read More »

PSA seeks EV boost from new business unit

June 18, 2015 11:42 CET

PSA has established a business unit to develop an EV strategy for the automaker's Peugeot, Citroen and DS brands. The automaker plans to launch a new generation of EVs based on its small-car platform in 2020.... Read More »

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE E-MAGAZINE

How Peugeot CEO Picat improved the brand's pricing

June 2, 2015 06:15 CET

Peugeot CEO Maxime Picat has played a key role in PSA's financial turnaround as head of the automaker's largest division by improving the retail pricing of the French brand's vehicles in Europe. Picat told Automotive News Europe how Peugeot plans to keep improving.... Read More »

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE E-MAGAZINE

Check out the ANE e-magazine for June

June 1, 2015 06:01 CET

The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe e-magazine is ready for you to view. This month's edition looks at why Europe's stronger-than-expected sales rebound is unlikely to provide an equally large boost to profits.... Read More »

 
VW's other headache: workers' demand for a 5% pay hike

Christiaan Hetzner
4:06 am U.S. ET | April 20 2016

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VW's tone-deaf management


8:56 am U.S. ET | April 13 2016

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In view of Volkswagen's emissions-rigging scandal, it's amazingly tone-deaf and irresponsible that t ...
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Google and Apple can be good for industry, Renault-Nissan connectivity chief says

Bruce Gain
12:01 am U.S. ET | April 13 2016

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Are Google and Apple enablers or disruptors? A little of both, says Ogi Redzic, Renault-Nissan's head of connected vehicles and mobility services. ...
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Will the Mercedes pickup truck be called X class?

Jay Ramey
12:01 am U.S. ET | April 8 2016

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Mercedes will preview its upcoming pickup truck at the Paris auto show this autumn, according to a m ...
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Bo Andersson shares lessons learned at Lada

Nick Gibbs
12:01 am U.S. ET | April 7 2016

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Bo Andersson, the departing CEO of Lada maker AvtoVAZ, used his farewell email to say he was “ ...
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Is CNG the future? Yes, but…

Luca Ciferri
12:01 am U.S. ET | April 6 2016

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Rinaldo Rinolfi, one of the fathers of the common-rail diesel, and a true powertrain guru, is someon ...
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PSA demonstrates realistic way of measuring fuel economy

Nick Gibbs
12:01 am U.S. ET | April 2 2016

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PSA says it aims to win back trust from consumers in the wake of VW's emissions-cheating scandal by ...
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VW's Seat profit is actually a loss

Christiaan Hetzner
5:29 am U.S. ET | March 23 2016

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When is making a profit actually a loss? When you're the accountant at VW Group's underperforming Se ...
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Evoque convertible could challenge sporty German coupes

Nick Gibbs
12:01 am U.S. ET | March 22 2016

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Jaguar Land Rover finally has a model to compete with convertible versions of German premium coupes. ...
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The time may be just right for PSA's return to the U.S.

Richard Truett
12:01 am U.S. ET | March 21 2016

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If you've heard that PSA/Peugeot-Citroen is considering a return to North America, don't think that ...
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European car sales rise 6% in March but VW brand dips
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Russia's March car sales drop 10% as decline slows
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Western Europe car sales rise 5% in March
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VW brand trails rivals as Europe sales rise 14% in February
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Western Europe car sales rose 14% in February
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European car sales rise 6% in January but VW share hit by diesel scandal
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Why French and Germans still believe in the compact minivan sector
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Western European car sales rise 6% on Spain, Italy rebound
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Jeep, Smart, Jaguar benefit most from Europe's forecast-beating 2015 sales
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BMW promotes Petter Witt to N.A. vice president of operations
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Mini appoints new head of Americas
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Renault names new finance chief as Thormann retires due to poor health
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Renault picks company veteran to head Dacia
Renault named veteran executive Yves Caracatzanis as head of its Dacia low-cost brand in Romania. ...
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PSA promotes Italy chief to run Changan JV in China
PSA/Peugeot-Citroen named veteran manager Olivier Mornet as president of its Chongqing Changan Auto ...
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GM appoints veteran Brazilian executive as Europe engineering chief
GM named Brazilian national William Bertagni as head of its European vehicle engineering unit. Berta ...
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New Lamborghini CEO is ex-Ferrari F1 team boss Domenicali
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Honda names new Europe and North America chiefs
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Toyota counts on big boost from greener, zippier Prius
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High-tech E class pushes Mercedes ahead of rivals
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Kia renews Sportage but drops the price
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Audi focuses on battery to make Q7 e-tron stand out from plug-in rivals
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Subaru wants Levorg to help brand forget losing Legacy
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Range Rover Evoque convertible is not a 'niche too far'
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Hyundai Tucson gets big boost from Europe's SUV boom
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Opel boosts connectivity offer in new Karl
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Suppliers to the new Ford S-Max
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Suppliers to the new Mercedes GLC
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