PSA Group

PSA Group is the second-largest automotive company in Europe with five brands. Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall. 

In 2016, The Group’s new identity became PSA Group, (its previous “PSA Peugeot Citroën” brand dates from 1991). PSA Group sold 2.8 million vehicles worldwide in 2013, of which 42% outside Europe. The second largest car maker in Europe, PSA recorded sales and revenue of €54 billion in 2013. The Group has sales operations in 160 countries. It is also involved in financing activities (Banque PSA Finance) and Faurecia automotive equipment.  

In 2017, The Group acquired Opel/Vauxhall automotive operations from General Motors Co


PSA Groupe Brands

Peugeot

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PEUGEOT (Euronext: UG) can trace its roots back to 1810. It was in 1890 that it began producing combustion-engine automobiles. Since then, over 65 million vehicles have been produced. Demonstrated through its Brand signature ‘Motion & Emotion’, PEUGEOT is present in 160 countries, has 10,000 franchised Dealers and is recognised for the quality and design excellence of its products. Peugeot Motorcycles builds small motorcycles primarily for the French domestic market.

Peugeot Motor Company is a subsidiary of PSA Peugeot Citroën, with the headquarters located in France. Peugeot S.A. is among the largest purely European car companies. Founded as a coffee mill company in 1810, 1830 as a bicycle manufacturer, 1882 as a car manufacturer and 1898 as a motorcycle company.

Peugeot Motor Company sells a line of automobiles and light commercial vans. In 2009, Peugeot sold 1,842,000 vehicles. sales outside Western Europe totalled 727,000 units in 2009, accounting for 40% of global sales

In 1991, Peugeot's U.S. and Canadian sales faltered and finally became uneconomical. This caused the company to cease U.S. and Canada operations after 33 years. There are currently no known plans to return to the American market.

  • Subsidiary of PSA Peugeot Citroën
  • Founded 1810 as a coffee mill company
    • 1830 as a bicycle manufacturer
    • 1882 as a car manufacturer
    • 1898 as a motorcycle company
    • 1926 as a separate company
  • Produced its first automobile in 1891
  • Emile Peugeot applied for the lion trademark on 20 November 1858
  • Headquarters, Paris
  • Production output 1,739,000 (2009)
  • Employees 198,210 (2010)[PSA Peugeot Citroën]
  • Parent PSA Peugeot Citroën

Peugeot Motor Company PLC
Aldermoor Lane
Coventry, West Midlands CV3 1LT, United Kingdom
Tel. +44-247-688-4000

Citroën

citroenCitroën is a major French automobile manufacturer, part of the PSA Peugeot Citroën group. Founded in 1919 by French industrialist André-Gustave Citroën (1878-1935), Citroën was the first mass-production car company outside the USA and pioneered the modern concept of creating a sales and services network that complements the motor car. Within eight years Citroën had become Europe's largest car manufacturer.

  • Subsidiary of PSA Peugeot Citroën
  • Headquarters Saint-Ouen, Seine-Saint-Denis, France
  • Production output 1,302,900 (2009)
  • Employees 13,900
  • Parent PSA Peugeot Citroën

DS Automobiles

ds-logoDS Automobiles A French brand born in Paris, officially founded on 1 June 2014. Its stated ambition is to revive the tradition of premium vehicles in the French automotive industry. Drawing on the very best of French know-how, DS Automobiles perpetuates the values of innovation and distinction inherited from the first DS, launched in 1955. Designed for customers looking for a means to express themselves as individuals, the DS range now comprises DS 3, DS 3 Cabrio, New DS 4 and DS 4 Crossback, New DS 5, DS 5LS* and DS 6*. The DS range stands out with exceptional styling, sensations and refinement down to the last detail, together with premium materials and advanced technology such as the Hybrid4x4 hybrid diesel drive train available on New DS 5. Marketed in Europe in DS Stores and dedicated showroom areas in the CITROËN network, DS has its own network of sales outlets in China. For customers, DS has come to represent a brand experience that goes beyond the product to include a range of exclusive premium services. The brand has sold more than 600,000 vehicles since launch.

OPEL

Adam Opel AG is a German automobile manufacturer headquartered in Rüsselsheim, Hesse, Germany and is one of Europe’s largest automakers. It was founded by Adam Opel in 1862. Opel and its British sister brand Vauxhall sell over one million vehicles annually. In 2014 this made it the third-largest passenger car brand in the European Union. Opel is conducting the largest model offensive in its history and will introduce 27 new vehicles and 17 new engines by 2018. Opel has entered new segments with vehicles such as the compact Mokka SUV, the small lifestyle ADAM and the elegant Cascada convertible.

Vauxhall

Vauxhall has been manufacturing motor vehicles in the UK continuously since 1903. Vauxhall’s range spans all mainstream sectors of the vehicle market with best-selling model names such as ADAM, Astra, Corsa, Cascada, Meriva,  Mokka, VIVA, Zafira and Insignia regularly topping the sales charts.  Vauxhall is also the largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles in the UK and its parent company General Motors’ 4th largest global market.  The company employs c5000 people in the UK and exports three quarters of its production.   It is headquartered in Luton, Bedfordshire where it also manufactures the Vivaro light commercial vehicle. A second plant at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire produces the Astra and Astra Sports Tourer.

Vauxhall is headquartered in Luton, United Kingdom. It was founded in 1857, began manufacturing cars in 1903 and was acquired by GM in 1925 till GM sold to PSA Group in 2017.

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Faurecia
Faurecia is one of the world's largest automotive equipment suppliers, with three key Business Groups: Seating, Clean Mobility and Interiors Systems. In any car, seats play a critical role in the driver and passenger experience. Faurecia maintains a constant pace of innovation to provide automotive seating that is more efficient and inviting than ever: intelligent seat adjustment, customized comfort, new features...all without compromising on safety. The world’s top supplier of vehicle interiors, Faurecia Interior Systems develops and produces instrument panels and center consoles, cockpits, door panels and modules,acoustic products and modules, decorative components (paint, film, wood, aluminum, etc.) and Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies is the global market leader in emissions control for light and commercial vehicles. It develops and manufactures exhaust systems and components: mufflers, manifolds, catalytic converters, emissions control systems and complete exhaust systems

Faurecia is present in 34 countries around the world with a network of 300 production sites and R&D centers (2016 figures). Through these operational facilities at the heart of the world’s main automotive markets, the Group has become the preferred partner for a wide variety of automakers who need engineering and production support across the globe for their business operations. In 2016, the Group posted total sales of €18.7 billion. At December 31, 2016, Faurecia employed 100 000 people in 34 countries at 300 sites and 30 R&D centers. Faurecia is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris stock exchange and trades in the U.S. over-the-counter (OTC) market.

www.faurecia.com

 


 

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