Ever outraged by Polestar over the black badge story, Citroën now wants to ban the sale of cars from China’s new electronics brand across Europe.
On paper, Citroën and Polestar are not direct competitors. The first cities sell cheap cars with a “general” call, while the latter offer high-end electric cars. But chevron brand lawyers are doing everything they can to put spokes on Volvo’s charging dividing wheels.
After receiving a ban on the sale of Polestar in France (which has always banned the arrival of the brand in France for two years), Citroën has just filed a lawsuit before a French-speaking company in Brussels seeking the dismissal of Polestar across Europe.
The Medal of Divorce
Citroen has always criticized the same thing in order to promote its legal action against the Chinese brand: very strong similarities between the Polestar badge and the famous chevrons of the manufacturer are now integrated into the Stellantis group. It begins to turn into an inexhaustible resemblance that seems to all of us have the same boundaries between these two badges. It is hard to believe that customers can seriously combine models of these two brands, badges or …