Articles about French Carmaker

Forget about midnight food trips—it’s time for some late night casa runs
We go to France and see its culture and cars first-hand
France has perhaps one of the most misunderstood people and culture in the world. The Americans want to supersize everything, the British like being cool and quirky, the Japanese mean to make everything precise and efficient, the Germans strive to make the
The Peugeot 308 scores a hard-earned point for team station wagon
Station wagons are seldom sought after in these parts. They've fallen out of favor, at least when compared to their taller cousins, the SUVs. Yet there's a charming confluence of driving experience and utility that's found in the best
An impressive French alternative
We're quite a big family. Seven kids plus two senior-citizen parents means we need a serious family hauler, despite the fact that my older brother and I have moved out of the house. Sundays are sacred, not just for Sunday
A lesson in automotive history
The Peugeot family, which originally hailed from Sochaux, France, were very influential industrialists. The company that became Peugeot started in 1810, and its product range consisted of salt, pepper and coffee mills, (which the company still produces today in France).Since the
Stylish, sexy and wild
Driving the Peugeot RCZ is a little like living with an underwear model. Doesn't matter if it's for Calvin Klein or Victoria's Secret-it's all the same. The stares you get as you drive down the road. The
When it comes to cars, at least
To be honest, French culture is something that has never quite appealed to me. I'm not putting the country down, not at all. It's just that there's not much about the place that really strikes me the way it
Is it 'Car of the Year' material?
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. To say that an automobile has a shot at being crowned Top Gear Philippines' Car of the Year is a pretty big deal--it'
See if you like it
Around a month ago, we ran a story that featured the then-upcoming Peugeot 3008 crossover. At the time, the French carmaker didn't say much about its newest baby, save for some press blurbs about how cutting-edge and different it
Expected to break Veyron's speed record
Just how powerful can a car be? This is the question on our minds these days, on account of all the new crazy-fast vehicles joining the seemingly mad horsepower race. For those keeping score, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport held the
According to big boss Carlos Ghosn
Renault Group boss Carlos Ghosn arrived at yesterday's Alpine Vision reveal in Monaco trailed by a phalanx of cameras, popping flashes, and flustered minions. Most major politicians don't have an entourage this attentive, but the fact that the grandest of
It will be called the Chiron
How do you top a car as impractically fast as the Bugatti Veyron? To create its successor, the French carmaker has to push boundaries of engineering, aerodynamics and public expectations. And Bugatti has to convince several hundred wealthy buyers that its Veyron
Here are photos, video and information
It has been a decade since we've seen a true C-segment Peugeot in the Philippines, with the demise of the 307. But with Peugeot Philippines' steady push for market volume and reach, we suppose the entry of the new 308
Have you heard of Pierre Veyron?
The Bugatti Veyron has developed a legendary reputation since it first rolled off the French supercar manufacturer's production floor in 2005. It shouldn't come as a surprise, really. After all, we're talking about one of the fastest--and most
It makes surroundings prettier
This is one of the most beautiful cars you will see on our roads today. Four wheels, two doors, four seats, and a body so bodaciously sensual that I quickly forgave the fact that its heart is meant more for stylish cruising
This is actually how the company started
Despite having officially been in our market for a few years now, Peugeot is still a car brand not too many people are familiar with. This is a situation Glen Dasig, the new president of Peugeot Philippines, is trying to rectify. In
Peugeot takes us to Pinto Art Museum
It isn't easy being the new kid on the block in the Philippine auto market. Granted, Peugeot isn't itself a new brand, and there are smaller players cropping up here and there, but Peugeot isn't a fly-by-night
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