After seven years in the realm of concept the Cactus has finally blossomed into production and is proving to be one of the pleasant motoring surprises(...)

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Fuel economy and the feelgood factor: those are the big themes from the opening day of the Paris motor show, which boasts all the usual glitz and gla(...)

Peugeot’s 208 Hybrid Air concept uses light weight and compressed air to hit 141mpg.

The French government has set its national car makers (in which it has quite significant ownership once again) the challenge of putting a car capable (...)

Chief Designer Ian Callum poses alongside the new Jaguar XE automobile during its the World Premier launch in London last month.  Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Audi A big show for Audi this one, as it continues its relentless march into every motoring niche. The facelifts of the A6 and Q3 will get their (...)

After the referendum defeat, Alex Salmond said it was time for a new leader who could now take the devolution process forward. Photograph: PA 1:47

For Scottish leader Alex Salmond, the journey started with tales from his granddad about repelling the English invaders in the 14th century. It ended (...)

Designer: Mark Lloyd inspects a C4 Cactus. He has steered Citroën’s design strategy since 2011

To relax Mark Lloyd takes part in competitive offshore racing and the years spent around boats have influenced the design of the C4 Cactus. Lloyd says(...)

Citroen’s Divine DS should lead to a replacement for the current DS4.

With the French car industry undergoing something of a revival following its dark post-2008 years, it’s hardly surprising that the big three Gallic ca(...)

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When I arrived at university in 1978 I was driven by my mother in an orange Citroën Dyane with a cardboard trunk containing a few books and my Patti S(...)

Citroen’s C1 has been named most reliable car by Which?

Which? the well-known consumers’ right organisation, has named the Citroen C1 city car as its most reliable, with an overall score of 99 per cent and (...)

Citroën Ireland has announced the prices for its new C1 small car. €10,995 will get you a C1 Touch with the 68hp version of its 1.0-litre three-cylind(...)