Citroen's CEO laid out a road map for the reinvention of the French automaker shortly after being named to her post in 2014. Four years later, Citroen's product planning director, Richard Meyer, says the core model strategy is on track.
This month, Snetterton, an English racetrack accustomed to hosting the elite of British motorsports, welcomed a collection of one of Europe's most iconic vehicles, often derided for its looks and speed, for the annual 24-hour Citroen 2CV race.
Richard Meyer, Citroen's future product planning director, has been an integral part of the automaker's effort to update its portfolio. He spoke with Automotive News Europe about the French brand's next steps.
PSA's upscale brand, DS, has shown its vision of what a French luxury car might look like in 2035 with the DS X E-Tense concept. The inspiration for the three-seat electric vehicle was a motorcycle with a sidecar.
Citroen says its third-generation Berlingo compact passenger van will be available in two lengths for the first time. The new Berlingo, which will be displayed at the Geneva auto show next month, also adds comfort and convenience features including a head-up display, adaptive cruise control and 28 storage compartments.
The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly magazine is ready to view. The new edition looks at why car executives are seeing signs of something new in Russia: slow, steady -- nearly predictable -- economic growth.
Citroen has given its C4 Cactus a more conventional hatchback styling, taking the car once billed as "quirky" away from its crossover roots and aiming it at the likes of the Volkswagen Golf, Renault Megane and Opel Astra.