Citroën’s Subscription Car Program Will Not Require a Driver’s License

People in France as young as 14 will be able to drive Citroën’s Ami electric car through a subscription program, without a license. They will have to secure a road safety certificate through a short course that does not require a test. The French automobile manufacturer describes Ami as a “non-conformist object” and the vehicle is classified as a “fully electric quadricycle.” This compact mobility …

“Citroën: The Man, The Marque, The Mystique” at Mullin Automotive Museum

A comprehensive look at one of the most revered automakers in history

by Andrew Maness Tucked away in a nondescript warehouse in an industrial park 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles in Oxnard, California, is the Mullin Automotive Museum. The unusual location is rather fitting for the current exhibit filling the well-curated space. Running now through March 2018, “Citroën: The Man, The Marque, The Mystique” is a comprehensive look at one of the most revered automakers in …

David Obendorfer + Fabrizio Caselani’s Citroën HY Tribute

70 years to the day since designer Flaminio Bertoni released the now iconic Citroën HY, designers David Obendorfer and Fabrizio Caselani have unveiled a car kit for the current Citroën jumper chassis that captures the original’s spirit. Known as the Type H, 70 kits will be produced by FC Automobili and sold across Italy. The fiberglass “suit” has been imagined in a handful of colors, …