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Brands related to this company: Citroën, DS, Peugeot

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ANALYSIS - Peugeot future models part 1

23 February 2017

This is the fourth feature in a five-part series which examines the current and future models for Groupe PSA's passenger car brands. Following on from a look at DS and then Citroën, Peugeot is the subject of the final two chapters. This feature looks at the A-D segments as well as a future pick-up. The last instalment will focus on the brand's future SUVs, monospaces and electric vehicles.


PSA-Opel/Vauxhall deal raises Brexit concerns

21 February 2017

We could see a framework deal for Peugeot's acquisition of GM's Opel/Vauxhall operations by the end of this week. The two are clearly at an advanced stage in the discussions and are reportedly at the point of putting a value on the deal.


ANALYSIS - Citroën future models part 2

21 February 2017

This is the third of five features in a series which examines the current and future models for Groupe PSA's passenger car brands. Following on from a look at DS, and then at the A-to-E segment sedans, hatchbacks and estates of the Citroën brand; the division's next electric models, SUVs and monospaces are explored below. Peugeot, the subject of the final two chapters, will follow in the coming days.


PSA eyes Opel - the week

17 February 2017

It would be fair to say la merde a frappé le ventilateur when news broke - on Valentines Day, no less, that Opel was on the block. Again. With the French automaker PSA in the frame this time. We have been here before.

Latest interviews


Citroën will adapt for success in UK market - MD

19 December 2016

Bek Hassan, Managing Director - Citroën & DS Automobiles UK, talks to just-auto about the opportunity ahead for the two brands in the UK car market, despite current 'challenging times'.


CEO says Citroen wants to be quirky again

25 November 2015

Citroen is looking to re-establish its reputation for being unconventional, or even quirky, as it aims to boost sales from 1.2m to 1.6m globally by 2020.


PSA Peugeot Citroen CEO Carlos Tavares interview

30 September 2015

PSA Peugeot Citroen chief executive has a considerable challenge on his hands to forge a successful place in the global market for the company and its three brands - Peugeot, Citroen and DS. He tells Ray Hutton how 'Back in the Race' is bringing results.


INTERVIEW: Peugeot CEO Maxim Picat (Part 2)

10 October 2014

In the second and final part of an interview with Maxim Picat, the head of Peugeot explains why the brand cannot launch a low-cost model, and details plans for new energy cars.

Latest news


PSA chief eyes cost savings after Opel buy

23 February 2017

PSA chief Carlos Tavares is looking for large and 'speedy' cost savings following the planned acquisition of Opel/Vauxhall, reports say.


PSA profit spike ahead of Opel purchase talks

23 February 2017

PSA Groupe has delivered significantly improved operating income up 18% to EUR3.24bn (US$3.4bn) handing the manufacturer a healthy warchest ahead of its proposed purchase of Opel from General Motors.


PSA and THACO team for Vietnam assembly

23 February 2017

PSA Group and its partner THACO (Truong Haï Auto Corporation) have signed a contract to accelerate development in Vietnam by committing to local assembly and bringing to market two new SUVs, to be produced in Chulai (Quang Nam Province).


just-auto Plus only PSA/Qualcomm collaborate over nextgen infotainment

23 February 2017

PSA Group and Qualcomm Technologies announced a strategic collaboration to integrate the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Automotive (820A) processor in the PSA Group’s next generation vehicles. As Qualcomm Technologies’ most advanced automotive...


just-auto Plus only PSA Vietnam extending Peugeot assembly activities

23 February 2017

PSA Group and its partner THACO (Truong Haï Auto Corporation) have signed a contract to accelerate the development of their activities in Vietnam by committing to local assembly and bringing to market two new SUVs, to be produced in THACO’s plant in...


Unite urges UK PM to support Vauxhall jobs

22 February 2017

British labour body, Unite, is urging the UK government to match any political or financial commitment made by Berlin or Paris to Opel plants as PSA Groupe pushes the possibility of creating "a European champion with French-German roots."


Geneva show debuts list - Range Rover Velar

22 February 2017

Land Rover has announced the Range Rover Velar, Aston Martin will reveal the Vanquish S and Dacia will premiere a Stepway version of the Logan MCV at the Geneva motor show.


just-auto Plus only PSA appoints IAM Business Unit vice president

22 February 2017

Delphine Lafon-Degrange, 43, currently VP, Independent Aftermarket Purchasing, is appointed VP, IAM Business Unit effective 1 March 2017. She will continue to report to Christophe Musy, executive vice president, PSA Aftermarket. With a Master's degree...


just-auto Plus only PSA Group Sochaux plant on road to modernisation

21 February 2017

With "Sochaux 2022", a project that has mobilised a dedicated multi-skilled team on the Sochaux site for the last 36 months, the PSA Group shows its ambition to turn the Sochaux site into a benchmark plant, at the heart of its historical...


PSA's Tavares to meet UK PM on Vauxhall concerns

20 February 2017

PSA chief Carlos Tavares will meet with UK prime minister Theresa May to discuss the planned acquisition of General Motors' Opel/Vauxhall operations as fears rise over the implications of a deal for the company's two British Vauxhall plants.


GM CEO wants Opel independent after sale to PSA

17 February 2017

Opel should remain an independent company with current management in place after a possible sale to PSA Peugeot Citroën, GM CEO Mary Barra has insisted in negotiations with the French company.


UK union requests ugent PSA CEO talks

17 February 2017

British union leaders are requesting urgent talks with the CEO of PSA Groupe as speculation grows any new Franco-German alliance could be at the expense of future UK commitments.


Yet another facelift for nine-year old Citroën C5

17 February 2017

Another world premiere for April's Auto Shanghai 2017 has been been added to just-auto.com's debuts list. Astonishingly, the poor selling Citroën C5 is to be given yet another facelift.


GM downplays factory closures if PSA deal seals

16 February 2017

General Motors has downplayed the possibility of large-scale factory closures in Germany and Britain following any deal to sell its European brands to Peugeot maker PSA Group, officials in both countries have said.


Barra says GM-PSA merger would benefit both

16 February 2017

General Motors chief executive Mary Barra has told employees combining GM's European Opel and Vauxhall business with Peugeot would be beneficial for both companies.


PSA mulls Opel purchase from GM

14 February 2017

PSA Groupe is confirming it is in talks with General Motors for the potential purchase of Opel.


PSA urges caution as it mulls Opel purchase

14 February 2017

PSA Groupe is warning there is "no certainty" at this stage its potential acquisition of General Motors subsidiary, Opel, will go ahead.


PSA looks to Iran regional export post-sanctions

14 February 2017

PSA Groupe says it is "very, very keen" to use its burgeoning relationships with Iranian automakers as a springboard for exports to the Middle East.


PSA eyes 60% Iran localisation as JVs ramp up

14 February 2017

PSA Groupe says it is aiming for a localisation rate of up to 60% in Iran with its SAIPA joint-venture as the pace of automotive development ramps higher following the ending of most international economic sanctions.


Hindustan Motors sells Ambassador for $12m

13 February 2017

Hindustan Motors' Ambassador brand, synonomous with a 1950s Morris Oxford recycled into top government official transport and taxis in India, has been sold to Peugeot for INR80 crore (US$12m).


PSA's 'surprise' at regulator's referral

10 February 2017

PSA Groupe has said it is surprised at the decision made by the French Competition, Consumer Affairs and Prevention of fraud department (DGCCRF) to send the conclusions of its investigation (into some kind of fraud involving emissions, though details have not been made public) to the public prosecutor (as previously done for VW, Renault and Fiat, according to Le Figaro).


Peugeot to restart Kenya vehicle assembly

6 February 2017

The PSA Group and local distributor URYSIA have signed a contract to assemble Peugeot brand vehicles in Kenya. It is planned that assembly will start from June of this year with the Peugeot 508, followed by the new Peugeot 3008 SUV.


Germany supplies PSA after Czech Rai Most blaze

31 January 2017

PSA Groupe says it is looking to Germany to make up the shortfall in parts following what appears to be a major blaze at its supplier, Recticel, in Czech Republic last week (23 January), which halted production at the French automaker's Sochaux plant.


Paris starts commercial EV sharing service

30 January 2017

Paris has started its electric commercial vehicle car sharing service for professionals, 'VULe Partagés,' with PSA Groupe equipping 80% of the fleet put into service.


PSA and CK Birla ink EUR100m India joint venture

25 January 2017

PSA Groupe and CK Birla have agreed a joint-venture to produce and sell vehicles and components in the Indian State of Tamil Nadu by 2020.


First glimpse of GM Europe's new small SUV

18 January 2017

General Motors Europe's Opel and Vauxhall brands took a while, some rebadged Korean interlopers excepted, to get into SUVs so this year, comparatively speaking, they're going nuts. On top of the freshened Mokka, now appended with an X, comes the Crossland (plus X) and, soon, the Grandland (plus X).


Weaker sterling pushes near-sourcing - GEFCO

17 January 2017

Logistics provider, GEFCO, says one of the impacts from the UK's decision to quit the European Union (EU) has been an increase in manufacturers evaluating near-sourcing as a way to mitigate the weakening of sterling against the Euro.


GEFCO addresses myriad EV transport challenges

11 January 2017

Logistics provider, GEFCO says rapid advances in powertrain technology are driving it to radically alter the way in which it addresses supply chain delivery.


PSA Group global sales grow 5.8% in 2016 to 3.1m

11 January 2017

PSA Group sales grew 5.8%, to 3,146,000 units last year as the company continues its 'Push to Pass' plan, which provides for 121 regional launches by 2021.


just-auto Plus only Peugeot Rennes site to build new production team

10 January 2017

As part of the ramp-up of the new Peugeot 5008 Sport Utility Vehicle, and in order to meet the forecast production volumes, the Rennes site will be putting a new production organisation in place in the spring of 2017. This new organisation will involve...

PSA Groupe news

ANALYSIS - Peugeot future models part 1

23 February 2017

This is the fourth feature in a five-part series which examines the current and future models for...


PSA chief eyes cost savings after Opel buy

23 February 2017

PSA chief Carlos Tavares is looking for large and 'speedy' cost savings following the planned acq...


PSA profit spike ahead of Opel purchase talks

23 February 2017

PSA Groupe has delivered significantly improved operating income up 18% to EUR3.24bn (US$3.4bn) h...


PSA and THACO team for Vietnam assembly

23 February 2017

PSA Group and its partner THACO (Truong Haï Auto Corporation) have signed a contract to acce...


just-auto Plus only PSA/Qualcomm collaborate over nextgen infotainment

23 February 2017

PSA Group and Qualcomm Technologies announced a strategic collaboration to integrate the Qualcomm...


just-auto Plus only PSA Vietnam extending Peugeot assembly activities

23 February 2017

PSA Group and its partner THACO (Truong Haï Auto Corporation) have signed a contract to acce...



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