French President Francois Hollande (L) speaks with Carlos Tavares (R), CEO of PSA Peugeot Citroen, as French Minister of Economy Emmanuel Macron (C) looks on during an official visit to the Paris Motor show earlier this month.

PSA Peugeot Citroen boss Carlos Tavares is receiving praise for keeping his company’s numbers looking positive even as its profit margins take a batte(...)

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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(...)

Dramatic Quartz concept hints at a more aggressive looking family crossover from Peugeot.

Peugeot’s big concept car for the Paris Motor Show (aside from a reworked Exalt saloon concept which, for some reason, now has an elctric scooter in t(...)

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 (...)

Slashed red and black colour scheme makes the 208 GTI 30th stand out.

Peugeot has unveiled a memorable landmark variant to celebrate three decades of the firm’s legendary GTI models, the 208 GTI 30th. A strictly limited (...)

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 (...)

Peugeot will use the upcoming Paris Motor Show to launch the new 308 GT, a high(ish)- performance version of its popular, award-winning 308 hatchback (...)

New 508 arrives later this month with prices starting at €26,750

Peugeot’s post-crisis tagline is “back in the race” but the message from the launch of a revised 508 is very much that the brand is still in the race.(...)

Luca Cordero di Montezemolo at a press conference in Maranello, Modena, Italy, today. Montezemolo said he was resigning after 23 years at the helm, in a move that had widely been expected after his record was questioned by parent company Fiat-Chrysler. Photograph: EPA

At first glance, the resignation today of Ferrari chief executive Luca De Montezemolo, has a football-style, manager sacking look about it. You have b(...)

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(...)