Opel announces discontinuation of Cascada, but no word from Buick.
PARIS — French carmaker PSA, maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars, will launch a car-sharing service in Washington, D.C., at the end of October, a senior PSA executive said on Tuesday. PSA will initially use 600 Chevrolet cars in Washington, Brigitte Courtehoux, director of mobility services at PSA, said at the Paris Motor Show. PSA has said that it intends to use car-sharing as a way to reintroduce its own brands back into the U.S. marketplace, after pulling out of the States in 1991. The
After leaving the U.S. market by ending Peugeot sales in 1991, PSA now plans to re-introduce itself as a car seller in 2026.
The carmaker has allegedly already decided which French brand would be sold in the States.
A document discussed the need to "make the 'defeat device' aspect less obvious and visible."
Gunning for economies of scale in building 5 million vehicles.
The first steps have been taken as PSA launches car-sharing service Free2Move at LAX.
Not your father's Buick, er, Opel.
GM bids goodbye to automobile production in Europe with the sale of Opel-Vauxhall.
PSA's purchase of the Opel/Vauxhall division from General Motors is expected to be officially announced on Monday.
It's just the right thing to do.
PSA takes a stake in car-sharing service TravelCar, which will debut US operations out of Los Angeles and San Francisco airports in April.
On-demand EV vans help businesses operate and Parisians breathe.
Los Angeles will be the first city serviced by Groupe PSA's new ride-sharing division.