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									MEMENTO
 Interim 2011
KEY FIGURES
2010
■■   €56.1 billion in revenue
■■   3,602,200 vehicles sold worldwide
■■   39% of sales generated outside Europe

FIRSt-halF 2011
■■   Operations in 160 countries
■■   Europe’s second largest car maker,
     with 13.9% of the market
■■   Europe’s leader in light commercial vehicles,
     with 21.3% of the market
■■   205,345 employees worldwide
PRESEntatIOn
With its two world-renowned brands, Peugeot and Citroën, the Group   PSA Peugeot Citroën has sales offices in 160 countries and employs
sold 3,602,200 vehicles worldwide in 2010, out of which almost 40%   205,345 people worldwide. Last year, it dedicated more than
outside Europe. As Europe’s second largest carmaker, it recorded     €2 billion to research and development, especially in new energies.
sales and revenue of more than €56.1 billion.                        PSA Peugeot Citroën is also involved in financing activities (Banque        1




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                                                                     PSA Finance), logistics (Gefco) and automotive equipment (Faurecia).
�■  Contents
                          thE GROUP                      SERVICES anD                    SalES
                                                         PRODUCtS                                                    2
04 First-half 2011        08   Corporate Governance      26   Peugeot                    48   Worldwide Sales




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   Operating highlights
                          09   Stock Market Data         32   Citroën                    52   Europe
                          10   Responsible Development   38   Environmental Statistics   53   Growth Regions
                          13   Financial highlights      40   Road Safety                55   Market Share
                          15   Other Businesses          43   new Services
                          17   Milestones Since 1976
                          19   Financial and
                               Operating Statistics
                               10-Year Summary
R&D, DESIGn                      SOCIal                GlOSSaRY
anD PRODUCtIOn                   RESPOnSIBIlItY        anD COntaCtS
60 R&D and Design                74 Employees          80 Glossary of automotive
                                                          terms                         3
61 Concepts Cars                 75 Workplace Safety




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     and technology                                    86 Media Contacts
     Demonstrators at the 2011   75 Social Dialogue
     Frankfurt auto Show                               90 Investors and analysts
                                                          Contacts
62   Plant locations
                                                       91 Websites
63   Manufacturing
67   Cooperative Ventures
71   Purchasing
FIRSt-halF 2011 OPERatInG hIGhlIGhtS
■■ 28January: Signature of a partnership agreement with three           ■■ 12 May: PSA Peugeot Citroën announces a three-year, € 
                                                                                                                                355 million
  associations specialised in the recruitment and employment of           capital expenditure programme at the Valenciennes plant and the
  disabled persons.                                                       Française de Mécanique facility in northern France, as well as the
■■ 2February: BMW Group and PSA Peugeot Citroën create                    expansion by 2013 of its automatic gearbox centre of expertise,           4
  a joint venture to enhance their cooperation on hybrid technologies     located in Valenciennes. The Group also announces that it will not




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  and invest € 00 million in the new entity.
                1                                                         renew its Sevelnord joint-venture agreement with Fiat beyond 2017.
                                                                        ■■ 18May: Dongfeng Peugeot Citroën Automobile (DPCA) breaks
■■ 9February: Peugeot announces its intention to set up
  manufacturing and marketing operations in India, beginning              ground for its third plant in Wuhan, China.
  with the production of a mid-size family sedan.                       ■■ 31May: PSA Peugeot Citroën creates its corporate foundation,
■■ 22 March: With 1,152 patent applications filed in 2010,                “A World on the Move,” to support mobility-related initiatives.
  PSA Peugeot Citroën is once again France’s leading patent filer       ■■ 12 July: The Changan PSA Automobile Co., Ltd joint-venture
  for the fourth year in a row, according to the list announced by        is approved by China’s National Development and Reform
  France’s National Intellectual Property Institute (INPI).               Commission.
 tHe GRoUP
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     8                            10                               15                       19
   Corporate Governance           Responsible Development           Other Businesses        Financial and Operating
8	 Supervisory Board                                            15	 Banque PSA Finance      Statistics 10-Year Summary
8	 Corporate Management           13                            16	 Gefco
                                                                16	 Faurecia
                                                                                         19	 Worldwide Sales
                                                                                         19	 Sales Outside
                                   Financial highlights
     9                         13	 Sales and Revenue
                                                                                             30-Country Europe
     Stock Market Data         13	 Revenue by Business             17                    19	 Percentage of Sales
                                                                                             Outside Europe
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9	   Shareholders and Voting   13	 Recurring Operating Income      Milestones
     Rights Structure                                              Since 1976            20	 Registrations in Europe
                               13	 Recurring Operating Income
9	   Investor Calendar             by Business                                           20	 Market Share in Europe
9	   Stock Price               14	 Net Profit Attributable                               21	 Peugeot S.A. Stock Price
9	   Market Value                  to Peugeot S.A.                                       21	 Sales and Revenue
                               14	 Financing and Financial                               22	 Recurring Operating Income
                                   Situation                                             22	 Profit Attributable to
                               14	 Inventories                                               Peugeot S.A.
                               14	 Automobile Division
                                   Research and Development
                                   Expenditure
                               15	 Performance Plan Delivery



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CORPORatE GOVERnanCE                                                  CORPORatE ManaGEMEnt

Since 1972, Peugeot S.A. has had a two-tier management structure,                                    Chairman of the
                                                                                                     Managing Board
comprising a Managing Board, responsible for strategic and                                           Philippe Varin
operational management, and a Supervisory Board, responsible for
                                                                             Asia             Finance and            Brands          Research and
oversight and control.                                                                          Strategic                            Development
                                                                                              Development
SUPERVISORY BOaRD                                                         Grégoire              Frédéric          Jean-Marc              Guillaume             8
                                                                           Olivier           Saint-Geours                                  Faury




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The Supervisory Board appoints members of the Managing Board and                                                    Gales
oversees the Managing Board’s management of the Company.               Managing Board

■   Thierry Peugeot, Chairman                                           Corporate       Purchasing      Industrial      Programmes           Human
                                                                        Secretary                      Operations                          Resources
■   Jean-Philippe Peugeot, Jean-Louis Silvant, Vice-Chairmen                                                              Jean-            and Quality
                                                                         Pierre          Yannick         Denis          Christophe          Claude
■   Marc Friedel, Pamela Knapp, Jean-Paul Parayre, Robert Peugeot,      todorov          Bézard          Martin          Quémard             Brunet
    Henri Philippe Reichstul, Marie-Hélène Roncoroni, Geoffroy Roux
                                                                       Executive Committee
    de Bézieux, Ernest-Antoine Seillière, wJoseph F. Toot Jr.
■   Roland Peugeot, François Michelin, Non-voting Advisors                          Latin America        Russia,           Corporate
                                                                                                     Ukraine and CIS     Communications

                                                                                      Carlos             Bernd                Caroline
                                                                                      Gomes             Schantz                Mille
StOCK MaRKEt Data
ShaREhOlDERS anD VOtInG RIGhtS StRUCtURE                                                 StOCK PRICE
(at 31 December 2010)                                                                     Date                     Peugeot S.a. stock price in euros
 Main registered                                % shares              % voting            31 December 2007                       51.85
 shareholders*                                    owned             rights held           31 December 2008                       12.15
 Peugeot family                                    30.3%                45.74%            31 December 2009                       23.665
 Treasury stock                                     3.1%                    -             31 December 2010                       28.410                         9
 Employees (directly and via




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                                                      2.8%              3.99%             30 June 2011                           30.87
 the employee mutual fund)
 BNP Paribas                                         1.1%               1.74%
 Others                                             62.7%              48.53%            MaRKEt ValUE: E7.23 BIllIOn
*Based on registered shares and mandatory disclosures of holdings                        (at 30 June 2011)


InVEStOR CalEnDaR
 Third quarter 2011 Revenues (before the market opens)                26 October 2011
 2011 Annual Results (before the market opens)                       15 February 2012
 First Quarter 2011 Revenues (before the market opens)                   25 April 2012
 Annual Shareholder's Meeting                                            25 April 2012
 First-Half 2012 Results (before the market opens)                       25 July 2012
 Third Quarter 2012 Revenues (before the market opens)                24 October 2012



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RESPOnSIBlE DEVElOPMEnt
PSA Peugeot Citroën believes that business performance and growth         - In June 2011, the Group received the first certification awarded
must be built on a foundation of lasting, collective commitments.         under the Gender Equality European Standard.
For this reason, we have always set very high standards for ourselves
when it comes to stakeholders – employees, the automobile industry
and customers – and the environment.                                      PSA Peugeot Citroën’s corporate responsibility commitment also
This approach is strengthened year after year through tangible            means:                                                                    10
initiatives:




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- 10 years: The PSA Peugeot Citroën-initiated City on the Move            ■■ leading the way in pioneering the products and services
Institute was created in 2000. It has spearheaded numerous research         of tomorrow
programmes on mobility in cooperation with universities around the
                                                                            • environmental performance: Broaden and deepen the range
world.
                                                                              of vehicles and technologies.
- 22: The Belchamp technical centre is the 22nd Group site to
receive ISO 14001 certification. All of our production sites have             - 2011: Introduction of HYbrid4 diesel hybrid technology on the
been ISO 14001 – certified since 2007. Today, the process is being              Peugeot 3008 and Citroën DS5.
deployed in technical centres and replacement parts facilities.               - 2012: Launch of a one-litre petrol engine with CO2 emissions
- 24.6: Average hours of training per employee in 2010.                         under 99g/km and the first prototype of a Peugeot 3008 plug-in
- 9,300 sq.m: The total surface area of the photovoltaic roof structure         diesel hybrid with CO2 emissions under 50g/km.
– the largest in France – on the car park at the Sochaux plant.
This solution helps to reduce CO2 emissions by 450 tonnes a year.
                                                                         ■■ Becoming   a global player
Sustainable development commitments■■�■■ uel-efficient, low-carbon
                                       F
                                              vehicles/eco-design          • Reach critical mass in Latin America and Asia, particularly
■■ A growing proportion of low-carbon vehicles in the sales mix.             in China.
■■ Careful selection of materials assessed by weight, environmental        • Step up development of models adapted to the needs
   footprint, recyclability and other criteria.                              of non-European consumers.
 • styling and design: maintain the product dynamic and enhance the       Sustainable development commitment■■�■Customer Satisfaction
   value of the Peugeot and Citroën brands, while accentuating their      ■■ Products and services aligned with the needs of our different
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   differences.                                                              markets, delivering the quality customers expect and backed




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                                                                             by responsible advertising.
 • services: enable customers to benefit from onboard telematics and
   offer them integrated mobility solution that extends beyond vehicle     • Make the management teams more international.
   purchase.
                                                                         ■■ Setting the industry benchmark in operating efficiency
Sustainable development commitment■■�■Safety and mobility                  • Continue to deploy PSA Excellence System processes across
■■   Safety systems and features to be widely available as standard          the organisation.
     equipment, bespoke mobility services and optimised travel thanks
     to onboard telematics. PSA Peugeot Citroën is the leader with its    Sustainable development commitment■■�■■ nvironmental
                                                                                                                E
     eCall system.                                                                                                  management systems
                                                                          ■■   Increasingly strict management of the environmental footprint
                                                                               of our manufacturing operations, dealership network and office
                                                                               facilities.




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  • Move forward together, with our suppliers.                              • Encourage ethical behaviour and good corporate citizenship.
 Sustainable development commitment■■�■Supplier relations                    Sustainable development commitments■■�■Ethical behaviour and
 ■■   Sustainable, mutually beneficial relationships that comply with the    corporate citizenship
      highest social responsibility and environmental standards.             ■■ A better recognition of ethical issues.
                                                                             ■■ An additional contribution to civil society in response to environmental
Supporting responsible growth                                                   and social issues.
  • Facilitate and encourage career development.
  • Ensure employee well-being, health and safety.                                                                                                           12




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 Sustainable development commitments■■�■Well-being in the
 workplace and skills development

  • Ensure social cohesion.
 Sustainable development commitment■■�■■ espect for human rights/
                                       R
                                       gender balance and
                                       diversity
 ■■ Respect for fundamental human rights and equal opportunity.
FInanCIal hIGhlIGhtS                                               RECURRInG OPERatInG InCOME
                                                                                                           30 June   30 June
SalES anD REVEnUE (e billions)                                                                                2010      2011
35                                                                  Recurring operating income
                    31.1                                                                                     1,137     1,157
30      28.4         8.6                                            (e millions)
         7.2
25
                                 Automobile Division                Consolidated operating margin
                                                                                                             4.0%      3.7%
20
        21.2
                    22.5         Other businesses                   as a % of sales and revenue
15                                                                  Automobile division operating margin
                                                                                                             2.5%      1.8%           13
10                                                                  as a % of sales and revenue




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      First-Half   First-Half                                      RECURRInG OPERatInG InCOME BY BUSInESS
        2010         2011
                                                                   (e millions)
REVEnUE BY BUSInESS                                                                                        30 June   30 June
(e millions)                                                                                                  2010      2010
                                             30 June    30 June     Automobile Division                        525       405
                                                2010       2011     Faurecia                                   217       340
 Automobile Division                          21,174     22,585     Gefco                                      122       143
 Faurecia                                      6,826      8,150     Banque PSA Finance                         269       274
 Gefco                                         1,716      2,017     Other businesses
                                                                                                                4        (5)
 Banque PSA Finance                              919        942     and Intersegment eliminations
 Other businesses                                                   total PSa Peugeot Citroën                1,137     1,157
                                              (2,241)    (2,559)
 and Intersegment eliminations
 total PSa Peugeot Citroën                    28,394     31,135

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nEt PROFIt attRIBUtaBlE tO PEUGEOt S.a.                              InVEntORIES
(e millions)                                                                                                   Inventories, in units   turnover
                                               30 June    30 June     At 31 December 2008                            628,000            92 days
                                                  2010       2011     At 31 December 2009                            440,000            62 days
 Profit /(loss) attributable to Peugeot S.A.       680        806     At 31 December 2010                            445,000            61 days
                                                                      At 30 June 2011                                545,000            76 days         14




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FInanCInG anD FInanCIal SItUatIOn
(e millions)
                                                                     aUtOMOBIlE DIVISIOn RESEaRCh anD DEVElOPMEnt
                                               30 June    30 June    ExPEnDItURE**
                                                  2010        2011
                                                                                                                             2009        2010
 Cash flow                                       1,962       1,920
                                                                      E millions                                            2,148       2,057
 CAPEX + R&D*                                    1,201       1,686
                                                                      As a % of Automobile Division
 Free cash flow                                    341       (178)                                                           5.6%         5%
                                                                      sales and revenue
 Net financial position*                        (1,732)    (1,646)
 Equity                                         13,845     14,805    ** Excluding capitalised development costs and amoritization.

 Gearing                                         12.5%      11.1%
* Of the manufacturing and sales companies.
PERFORManCE Plan DElIVERY
E3.3bn Performance Plan 2010-2012, raised to E3.7bn
                                                                OthER BUSInESSES
                                                                BanQUE PSa FInanCE
              30%
 sales & Marketing                                              In 24 countries around the world, Banque PSA Finance supports the
                                                55%
                                                Production,     sale of Peugeot and Citroën vehicles by financing new vehicle and
              15%                               Development     replacement parts inventory for dealers and offering a comprehensive
      Fast growing                              and overheads   array of financing and related services to car buyers.                   15
           markets                                              To find out more: www.banquepsafinance.com




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                                                                                                    30 June           30 June
      1,464 m
     at 31.12.10                                                                                       2010              2011
                                                                Number of vehicles financed         435,463           443,741
                                                                Loan book
                               1.1bn        1.1bn                                                    23,404            24,250
                                                                (e millions)
                                                                Recurring operating income
                                                                                                        269               274
                                                                (e millions)




                     2010      2011        2012




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GEFCO                                                                    FaURECIa
As the industry benchmark in logistics services for manufacturers,       Ranked sixth worldwide, FAURECIA is one of the world's leading
GEFCO leverages its six core competencies – Logistics, Gefboxsystem,     automotive equipment suppliers, specialised in four key vehicle
Overseas, Overland, Vehicle Transport and Customs & VAT                  modules: automotive seating, emissions control technologies, interior
Representation – to deliver innovative, end-to-end industrial supply     systems and automotive exteriors. In 2010, the company reported
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chain solutions, both domestic and international, and both inbound       e13.8 billion in revenue. Faurecia employs 75,000 people at




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and outbound production plants. With operations in 150 countries, it     238 sites and 38 R&D centres in 33 countries. The Faurecia share
is one of Europe’s ten largest transportation and logistics companies,   is listed on NYSE and Euronext.
with 9,400 employees and generating revenue of e3.4 billion in 2010.     To find out more: www.faurecia.com
The company, which has 400 facilities around the world, is currently
                                                                                                              30 June           30 June
expanding in Central Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle                                                2010              2011
East, Eastern Asia and South America.                                    Revenue (e millions)                   6,826             8,150
To find out more: www.gefco.net                                          Recurring operating income
                                                                                                                 217                340
                                                                         (e millions)
                                    30 June            30 June
                                       2010               2011
Revenue (e millions)                  1,716              2,017
Recurring operating income
                                        122                143
(e millions)
MIlEStOnES SInCE 1976
■■ 2011: BMW and PSA Peugeot Citroën invest € 100 million in a new           ■■ 2002:Joint-venture DPCA created with Dongfeng Motors to expand
  hybrid technologies joint-venture.                                           cooperative production of Peugeot and Citroën models in China.
■■ 2010:Signature of a joint-venture with China Changan Automobile           ■■ 2001:   Porto Real production plant inaugurated in Brazil.
  Group in China (approved by the Chinese authorities in July 2011).         ■■ 2000:   Diesel particulate-filter system unveiled and introduced.
■■ 2009:   Appointment of Philippe Varin as Chairman of the Managing                                                                                       17
                                                                             ■■ 1998: Common-rail, direct-injection HDi diesel engine presented
  Board.




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                                                                               and later offered on all the Peugeot and Citroën line-ups.
■■ 2008:The cornerstone is laid for the Kaluga plant in Russia and an        ■■ 1998:   Acquisition of Sevel Argentina.
  agreement is signed with Mitsubishi Motors Corporation.
                                                                             ■■ 1998:  New organisation introduced. Technological, manufacturing,
■■ 2007:   Appointment of Christian Streiff as Chairman of the Managing        administrative and financial processes are combined to enhance
  Board.                                                                       efficiency and create economies of scale.
■■ 2006:   New production plant inaugurated in Trnava, Slovakia.             ■■ 1998:ECIA completes a friendly acquisition of equipment
■■ 2005:Joint PSA Peugeot Citroën–Toyota production plant                      manufacturer Bertrand Faure. The new company, named Faurecia,
  inaugurated in Kolín, Czech Republic.                                        is more than 50% owned by PSA Peugeot Citroën.
■■ 2004:  New Automotive Design Network (ADN) center inaugurated in
  Vélizy to house all of the Group’s styling studios and innovation teams.



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■■ 1997:   Jean-Martin Folz appointed Chairman of the Managing        ■■ 1979: Creation of Compagnie Générale de Crédit aux Particuliers
  Board.                                                                (Crédipar).
■■ 1992: DCAC joint-venture set up with Dongfeng Motors to assemble   ■■ 1979: The Talbot brand is introduced to replace the Chrysler brand
  Citroën ZX models in China. The final assembly plant is built in      in Europe.
  Wuhan, Hubei Province, while mechanical components production       ■■ 1978:   PSA Peugeot Citroën acquires Chrysler Europe.                  18
  is based in Xiangfan.




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                                                                      ■■ 1977:Jean-Paul Parayre appointed Chairman of the Managing
■■ 1987:Aciers et Outillages Peugeot and Cycles Peugeot merge to        Board to replace François Gautier.
  form ECIA, a PSA Peugeot Citroën subsidiary and pan-European
                                                                      ■■ 1976:  The PSA Peugeot Citroën Group is created by the merger
  auto equipment manufacturer.
                                                                        of Citroën S.A. and Peugeot S.A. Automobiles Peugeot and
■■ 1984:   Jacques Calvet appointed Chairman of the Managing Board.     Automobiles Citroën become wholly-owned PSA Peugeot Citroën
■■ 1980:   Peugeot and Talbot merge.                                    subsidiaries.
      FInanCIal anD OPERatInG StatIStICS                                                                                                                                             SalES OUtSIDE 30-COUntRY EUROPE*
      10-YEaR SUMMaRY                                                                                                                                                                (in thousands) *30-country Europe : European Union + Croatia, Iceland, Norway and
                                                                                                                                                                                     Switzerland.
                                                                                                                                                                                15




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1,529
      WORlDWIDE SalES
      (in thousands)
4.0
                                                                                                                                                                                10




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1,029



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1,038
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1,029
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             939
3.5




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 930
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       19




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     895
                                                                                                                                                                        3,602
                                                                                                                            3,428
                                                                                               3,390


                                                                                                               3,366




                                                                                                                                                                                                                            807
                                                                               3,375
                                                               3,286




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
                                               3,267




                                                                                                                                        3,260




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   736
                                                                                                                                                        3,188
3.0
                               3,133




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             709
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              661
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     657




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           657


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       649
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    608
               2,816




                                                                                                                                                                                                             573
2.5                                                                                                                                                                              5




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         491
                                                                                                                                                                                                     471



                                                                                                                                                                                                           463
                                                                                                                                                                                                   408
                                                                                                                                                                                             378
2.0




                                                                                                                                                                                            341
                                                                                                                                                                2,142




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  320
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     293
                                                                       2,027




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         290
                                                                                       1,995




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             273
                                                                                                                                                                                     262
                                                                                                       1,960


                                                                                                                        1,967
                                       1,955




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   234
                                                       1,914




                                                                                                                                1,904
                       1,899




                                                                                                                                                1,842




                                                                                                                                                                                                                       199
                                                                                                                                                                                                               194
1.5




                                                                                                                                                                                                       165
      1,674




                                                                                                                                                                                                130
                                                                                                                                                                                       116
                                                                                                                   1,461                                                         0




                                                                                                                                                                    1,460
                                                                                                           1,406
                                                                                           1,394
                                                           1,372




                                                                                                                                    1,356
                                                                           1,348




                                                                                                                                                    1,346
                                           1,312




                                                                                                                                                                                      2000     2001   2002    2003     2004       2005      2006        2007        2008         2009   2010
                           1,234




1.0
          1,142




0.5                                                                                                                                                                                  PERCEntaGE OF SalES OUtSIDE EUROPE
  0                                                                                                                                                                             40
        2000             2001            2002            2003             2004           2005             2006         2007         2008           2009            2010         35                                                                                                      39
                                                                                                                                                                                30                                                                                  31.6         33.1
                                                                                                                                                                                25                                                26.4      27.6        27.4
                                                                                                                                                                                20                                     24
                                                                                                                                                                                15                             20
              Peugeot                                                                                                                                                                          15     17.5
              Citroën                                                                                                                                                           10    13.4
                                                                                                                                                                                 5
              PSA Peugeot Citroën                                                                                                                                                0
                                                                                                                                                                                     2000     2001    2002   2003     2004        2005     2006        2007        2008          2009   2010


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       5
                  10
                          15
                                  20
                                             25
                                                  30




   0
                  1,370
            995




2000
                                  2,366
                     1,503
            1,100




2001
                                         2,603
                     1,513
            1,124




2002
                                         2,637
                 1,443
             1,162




2003
                                         2,605
                1,395
                                                       (30-country Europe) (in thousands)



            1,135
                                                                                            REGIStRatIOnS In EUROPE




2004
                                        2,530
                1,321
             1,153




2005
                                       2,474
               1,308
            1,138




2006
                                      2,446
               1,312
             1,171



2007
                                       2,483
             1,208
           1,072
2008                             2,279
             1,132
           1,026
2009


                                2,158
             1,172
           1,023
2010




                                2,195
           5
                          10
                                        15
                                                  20




  0




                  7.7
         5.6
2000




                               13.3
                   8.5
            6.2
2001




                                 14.7
                    8.8
            6.5
2002




                                      15.3
                                                           (30-country Europe) (in %)




                   8.4
             6.8
2003




                                  15.2
                  7.9
            6.4
                                                                                              MaRKEt ShaRE In EUROPE




2004




                                14.3
              7.5
            6.5
2005




                                  14
              7.2
            6.3
2006




                               13.6
             7.1
            6.4
2007




                               13.5
              7.1
            6.3
2008




                               13.5
              7.3
            6.5
2009




                               13.8
               7.6
             6.6
2010




                                14.2
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     PEUGEOt S.a. StOCK PRICE                                                                  SalES anD REVEnUE
     (in euros, at 31 December 2010)                                                           (in e millions)
60                                                                                        60
                                                             51.85




                                                                                                                                                                     58.676
                                                                                                                                        56.105*




                                                                                                                                                           56.594
                                                     50.20




                                                                                                                                        56.797


                                                                                                                                                  56.267




                                                                                                                                                                                                56.061
                                             48.70




                                                                                                                      54.436




                                                                                                                                                                              54.356
                                                                                          50




                                                                                                                               54.238
50           47.75                   46.70




                                                                                                           51.663
                                                                                                                                                                                                           21




                                                                                                                                                                                       48.417
     40.38                   40.40                                                        40




                                                                                                 44.181
                     38.86




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40
                                                                                          30
                                                                                  28.41
30
                                                                          23.66           20

20
                                                                                          10

                                                                        12.15              0
10
      2000   2001    2002    2003    2004    2005    2005    2006    2008 2009    2010          2000      2001        2002     2003      2004     2005     2006     2007      2008     2009     2010

                                                                                               *Transition to IFRS.




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RECURRInG OPERatInG InCOME                                                           PROFIt attRIBUtaBlE tO PEUGEOt S.a.
                                                                                     (in e millions)
            Recurring operating    Operating        automobile Division




                                                                                                            1,690
                                                                                                 1,691
                                                                                20
                  income          margin as a %      operating margin




                                                                                                                    1,497

                                                                                                                            1,357
                                   of revenue




                                                                                        1,312
                   (e millions)                   as a % of sales and revenue
                                                                                15




                                                                                                                                                                                   1,134
                                                                                                                                    1,646*

                                                                                                                                             1,029
 2010                  1,796           3.2                   1.5                                                                                                                             22




                                                                                                                                                            885
 2009                   (689)         -1.4                  -3.3                10




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 2008                    550           1.0                  -0.5                 5




                                                                                                                                                                          -1,161
                                                                                                                                                     183
 2007                  1,752           3.0                   1.9




                                                                                                                                                                   -363
 2006                  1,119           2.0                   0.6                 0
                                                                                       2000     2001        2002    2003      2004           2005    2006   2007   2008   2009     2010
 2005                  1,940           3.4                   2.0
 2004*                 2,481           4.4                   3.3
 2004                  2,182           3.8                   2.5                     *Transition to IFRS.
 2003                  2,214           4.1                   3.0
 2002                  2,913           5.4                   5.0
 2001                  2,652           5.1                   4.8
 2000                  2,121           4.8                   4.2
*Transition to IFRS.
  seRVICes AnD
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  PRoDUCts
    26                                        40 Safety
    Peugeot                                   Road
                                           40	 New Euro NCAP Rating System
    32                                     41	 Previous Euro NCAP
                                               Rating System
    Citroën
                                           41	 China NCAP Rating System

    38                                     42	 Emergency Call System             25




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    Environmental Statistics
38	 Low-Emission Vehicles                     43
                                               new services
38	 HDi Diesel Engine Production
                                           43	 Vehicle-integrated Autonomous
38	 Production of Particulate Filter-
                                               Telematics Box (ATB)
    Equipped Diesel Vehicles
                                           43	 Connected services
39	 Euro V and Euro VI Directives
    for Passenger Cars                     44	 Mobility services




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PEUGEOt



Operating in 160 countries with 10,000 outlets, Peugeot combines          � 107                                                                26
rigorous standards and exciting ideas all over the world.                   Launched in June 2005




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In 2010, its bicentenary year, Peugeot consolidated its position as the     From 103g/km of CO2 (1.0-l 12V 68 bhp BLUE LION petrol engine)
leading French car maker worldwide and moved up a rank in
the global league table of car makers (9th) selling 2,142,000 cars.
Peugeot is the only car maker to deploy an overall mobility offer with
passenger and utility vehicles, scooters, bicycles and a wide range of
services.




                                                                          � 206+
                                                                            Launched in February 2009
                                                                            From 104g/km of CO2 (1.4-l HDi FAP 70 bhp BLUE LION engine)
� 207                                                                   � 207 CC                                                    � 308
  Launched in April 2006                                                  Launched in 2007                                            Launched in September 2007                                              27
  From 98g/km of CO2 (1.6-l HDi FAP 98G BVM5 92 bhp BLUE LION engine)     From 125g/km of CO2 (1.6-l HDi FAP BVM6 112 bhp engine)     From 98g/km of CO2 (1.6-l e-HDi FAP BMP6 112 bhp BLUE LION engine)




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  Also available in the 207 SW version                                                                                                Also available in the 308 SW version




� 308 CC                                                                � RCZ                                                       � 3008
  Launched in March 2009                                                  Launched in April 2010                                      Launched in April 2009
  From 123g/km of CO2 (1.6-l e-HDi FAP BVM6 112 bhp engine)               From 139g/km of CO2 (2.0-l HDi FAP 163 bhp engine)          From 122g/km of CO2 (1.6-l e-HDi FAP BMP6 112 bhp BLUE LION engine)




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� 5008                                                                  � 508                                                                   � 508 SW                                                                  28




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  Launched in November 2009                                               Launched in February 2011                                               Launched in March 2011
  From 127g/km of CO2 (1.6-l e-HDi FAP BMP6 112 bhp BLUE LION engine)     From 109g/km of CO2 (1.6-l e-HDi FAP BMP6 112 bhp BLUE LION engine)     From 110g/km of CO2 (1.6-l e-HDi FAP BMP6 112 bhp BLUE LION engine)




� Coupé 407                                                             � 4007                                                                  � 807
  Launched in November 2005                                               Launched in July 2007                                                   Launched in June 2002
  From 140g/km of CO2 (2.0-l HDi FAP BVM6 163 bhp engine)                 From 175g/km of CO2 (2.2-l HDi FAP BVM6 156 bhp engine)                 From 155g/km of CO2 (2.0-l HDi FAP 136 bhp engine)
� Bipper                                                                 � Partner                                                                     � Partner Origin
  Launched in May 2008                                                     Launched in May 2008                                                          Launched in 2003                                                  29
  From 107g/km of CO2 (1.3-l HDi FAP STT 75 bhp BLUE LION BVM5 engine)     From 125g/km of CO2 (1.6-l e-HDi FAP BMP6 92 bhp engine)                      From 143g/km of CO2 (1.6-l HDi FAP 75 bhp engine)




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  Available in passenger car and commercial vehicle versions               Available in passenger car and commercial vehicle versions                    Commercial vehicle version only




� Expert                                                                 � Boxer                                                                       � iOn
  Launched in January 2007                                                 Launched in June 2006                                                         Launched in December 2010
  From 183g/km of CO2 (2.0-l HDi 163 FAP BVM6 163 bhp engine)              From 193g/km of CO2 (2.0-l HDi engine) for the passenger car version          0g/km of CO2 (67 bhp electric engine)
  Available in passenger car and commercial vehicle versions               From 208g/km of CO2 (2.0-l HDi engine) for the commercial vehicle version




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              SPECIal
              MODElS
              ■�■■China and
              Latin America


                              � 207 notchback   � 408 China                 30




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� 307                         � 307 notchback   � hoggar




� 508 China
       UPCOMInG
          MODEl
       laUnChES


                          � 3008 hYbrid 4
                            To be launched in Fall 2011                                              31
         PEUGEOt




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        SCOOtERS




� Citystar 125i           � e-Vivacity                         � three-wheel scooter
  Launched in June 2011     To be launched in September 2011     To be launched in November 2011




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CItROën



                                                                             � C1
                                                                               Launched in June 2005                              32
A dynamic and creative brand, Citroën launched the highly successful           From 103g/km of CO2 (1.0i Attraction)




                                                                                                                                MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
DS3 in 2010 and followed up with the DS4 in 2011. The DS5 will
be added to this distinctive line towards the end of the year. Backed
by more than 90 years of Créative Technologie, Citroën’s line-up
already includes two full-electric vehicles and a number of vehicles
equipped with e-HDi micro-hybrid technology and will soon boast a full
hybrid, thanks to the Group’s HYbrid4 technology. The brand has also
innovated in the area of services, with its new Citroën Multicity mobility
web portal. Operating in 80 countries, with 11,500 employees and
10,000 outlets, Citroën sold 1,460,000 vehicles in 2010.                     � C3
                                                                               Launched in October 2009
                                                                               From 93g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 90 Airdream Confort)
� DS3                                               � C3 Picasso                                          � C4                                                                 33
 Launched in January 2010                             Launched in February 2009                             Launched in September 2010




                                                                                                                                                                             MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
 From 98g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 90 Airdream So Chic)       From 119g/km of CO2 (HDi 90 Attraction)               From 104g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 90 Airdream Confort)




� DS4                                               � C4 Picasso                                          � Grand C4 Picasso
 Launched in May 2011                                 Launched in February 2007                             Launched in November 2006
 From 114g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 110 Airdream Confort)     From 125g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 90 Airdream Exclusive)     From 129g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 110 Airdream Exclusive)




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� C5                                                    � C5 tourer                                             � C6
  Launched in February 2008                               Launched in May 2008                                    Launched in May 2006                                                       34
  From 120g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 110 Airdream Attraction)     From 120g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 110 Airdream Attraction)     190g/km of CO2 (V6 HDi 240 Business)




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� C8                                                    � C-Crosser                                             � nemo
  Launched in July 2002                                   Launched in July 2007                                   Launched in January 2008
  From 155g/km of CO2 (HDi 135 Millenium)                 From 185g/km of CO2 (HDi 160 Millenium)                 From 107g/km of CO2 (HDi 75 FAP Confort)
                                                                                                                  Available in passenger car (combi van) and commercial vehicle versions
� Berlingo                                                  � Berlingo First                                                         � Jumpy                                                                     35
  Launched in April 2008                                      Launched in July 1996                                                   Launched in November 2006




                                                                                                                                                                                                               MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
  From 125g/km of CO2 (e-HDi 90 Airdream Multispace Pack)     From 143g of CO2/km (1,6 HDi FAP 75) for passenger car                  From 189g/km of CO2 (HDi 120)
                                                              Available in passenger car, commercial vehicle and electric versions    Available in passenger car (combi van) and commercial vehicle versions




� Jumper                                                    � C-ZERO
  Launched in May 2006                                        Launched in December 2010
  From 193g/km of CO2 (HDi 100)                               0g/km of CO2




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             ■�■■China and
             Latin America
                             � C2 China      � C-triomphe

                                                                       36




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� C-Elysée                   � C-Quatre      � C-Quatre notchback




� C5 China                   � C3 aircross
UPCOMInG
   MODEl
  laUnCh


           � DS5                                37




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EnVIROnMEntal StatIStICS
lOW-EMISSIOn VEhIClES                                                                                hDi DIESEl EnGInE PRODUCtIOn
                                      2010 PSa Peugeot Citroën                      Market           2010                                         1,646,200
                                                  registrations                      share
                                                                                                     Total 1998 - 2010                           15,817,300
 Vehicles emitting less
 than 140 g CO2/ Km                                       1,203,847                  16.1%
                                                                                                                                                                38
 Vehicles emitting less
                                                             847,000                 16.2%           PRODUCtIOn OF PaRtICUlatE FIltER-EQUIPPED




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 than 130 g CO2/ Km
                                                                                                     DIESEl VEhIClES
 Vehicles emitting less
 than 120 g CO2/ Km                                          712,000                 19.1%
                                                                                                     2010                                          786,600
 Vehicles emitting less
 than 110 g CO2/ Km                                          390,000                 29.6%           Total 1998 - 2010                            4,299,900


*This data relates to passenger cars only in 14 countries in Europe (Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and
United Kingdom.
EURO V anD EURO VI DIRECtIVES FOR PaSSEnGER CaRS
Diesel (in mg/km)                   Euro V          Euro VI    Petrol lPG/CnG (mg/km)                                            Euro V                   Euro VI
New types                   September 2009   September 2014    New types                                             September 2009            September 2014
All types                     January 2011   September 2015    All types                                                January 2011           September 2015
HC + NOx                              230              170     Nitrogen oxides (NOx)                                                  60                         60
Particulate matter                      5               4.5    Carbon monoxide (CO)                                               1,000                      1,000
Nitrogen oxydes                       180               80     Hydrocarbons (HC)                                                    100                        100        39




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                                                               Particulate matter (PM)                                                  5*                        5*
                                                               Non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHC)                                        68                         68

                                                              * Applies only to vehicles with lean-burn, direct-injection petrol engines (stratified charge engines).




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ROaD SaFEtY
nEW Euro nCaP RatInG SYStEM
                                                                      Model                              Year                 Year       Overall rating
The rating system for Euro NCAP tests has changed. Since 2009,                                         launched              tested
vehicles that are tested receive an overall rating that takes into    Peugeot 508                          2011                2011         HHHHH

account protection of adults, pedestrians and children, as well as    Citroën DS4                          2011                2011         HHHHH
the installation of on-board safety equipment.                        new Citroën C4                       2010                2010         HHHHH           40




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For the Citroën C5 and C4 Picasso and the Peugeot 308 and 308 CC,     Peugeot 5008                         2009                2009         HHHHH

which had already been tested under the previous rating scheme,       Citroën DS3                          2009                2009         HHHHH

Euro NCAP based its findings on test results published in previous    Peugeot 3008                         2009                2009         HHHHH
years while also taking into account the integration of electronic    Citroën C3 Picasso                   2009                2009         HHHH
stability and speed limitation systems, which are included in the     Citroën C3                           2009                2009         HHHH
programme’s new protocol.                                             Citroën C5                           2008                2008         HHHHH

                                                                      Peugeot 308 CC                       2008                2008         HHHHH

                                                                      Citroën nemo                         2008                2010          HHH
                                                                      (Peugeot Bipper*)
                                                                      Peugeot 308                          2007                2007         HHHHH

                                                                      Citroën                              2006                2006         HHHHH
                                                                      Grand C4 Picasso
                                                                     * Vehicles in parentheses have the same technical specifications.
                                                                     Source: Euro NCAP.
Previous Euro nCaP RatInG SYStEM                                                                China nCaP RatInG SYStEM
 Model                           Year             Year          adult Pedestrian        Child    Model                     Year       Year    Overall rating
                               launched          tested                 Rating                                           launched    tested
 Citroën Berlingo                  2008           2008          HHHH            HH      HHHH     Peugeot 408               2010      2010        HHHHH
 (Peugeot Partner*)
 Peugeot 207 CC                    2007           2007         HHHHH            HH               Citroën C5                2010      2010        HHHHH

 Peugeot 207                       2006           2006         HHHHH           HHH      HHHH     Peugeot 307 notchback     2009      2009        HHHHH
 Citroën C6                        2006           2005         HHHHH          HHHH      HHHH
                                                                                                 Citroën C-Quatre          2008      2009        HHHH
 Peugeot Coupé 407                 2005           2005         HHHHH            HH      HHHH                                                                     41
                                                                                                 Citroën C-triomphe        2006      2007        HHHHH




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 Citroën C1                        2005           2005          HHHH            HH      HHHH
 (Peugeot 107*)                                                                                  Peugeot 307               2004      2006        HHHH
 Peugeot 407                       2004           2004         HHHHH            HH      HHHH
 Peugeot 807                                                                                    Source: China NCAP.
 (Citroën C8*)                     2002           2003         HHHHH             H


Occupant protection rated out of 5 stars. Pedestrian protection rated out of 4 stars.
* Vehicles in parentheses have the same technical specifications.
Source: Euro NCAP.




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At the 2010 Paris Motor Show, Euro NCAP awarded the                       EMERGEnCY Call SYStEM
Euro nCaP advanced award to carmakers who have deployed                                                             total end               total end                 total
technologies that have a meaningful impact on safety. Among the ten                                                    2009*                   2010*        June 30, 2011*
innovations recognised, Peugeot and Citroën received an award for          Peugeot and Citroën
                                                                           vehicles equipped with the
the area of post-accident (or tertiary) safety for their emergency call    Premium emergency call                  627,000                   643,000                 886,677
system.                                                                    system**
                                                                           Calls made to
                                                                           emergency services                          3,700                     3,900                  4,404
Eight vehicles won an award:                                                                                                                                                          42
                                                                           Countries in which the                      France                 France                  France




                                                                                                                                                                                    MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
■■ The   Peugeot 308, 3008, 508 and 5008, for Peugeot Connect SOS.         Premium emergency call                    Germany                Germany                 Germany
                                                                           service is available                           Italy                  Italy                   Italy
     Citroën DS3, DS4, C4 and C5, for Citroën’s location-aware
■■ The                                                                                                                Belgium                Belgium                 Belgium
  emergency call system.                                                                                          Luxembourg             Luxembourg              Luxembourg
                                                                                                                         Spain                  Spain                   Spain
                                                                                                                  Netherlands            Netherlands             Netherlands
                                                                                                                      Portugal               Portugal                Portugal
                                                                                                                       Austria                Austria                 Austria
                                                                                                                   Switzerland            Switzerland             Switzerland
                                                                           There are currently 120,000 other Peugeot and Citroën vehicles equipped with
                                                                           the standard emergency call system (Europe’s 112 single emergency call number)
                                                                           in European countries where the premium service is not available. More than
                                                                           780,000 Peugeot and Citroën vehicles equipped with the emergency call system are on
                                                                           the road in Europe.
                                                                          *Since the service was introduced in January 2003.
                                                                          ** In the ten countries where the Premium e-call service is available, the vehicle automatically alerts
                                                                          a dedicated call centre (run by Inter Mutuelles Assistance – IMA). After confirmation, the centre
                                                                          forwards the information to the emergency service covering the area.
                                                                          In other European countries, the vehicle system calls 112, the European emergency number.
nEW SERVICES                                                                the vehicle and dispatch technical or emergency assistance as
                                                                            needed. These two free, unlimited services are available 24/7 without
In addition to such traditional services as maintenance, financing and      subscription, both in and outside France.
insurance, PSA Peugeot Citroën is developing solutions that leverage the    - A virtual log and an eco-driving service available via My Citroën
latest technological advances and a new vision of mobility to support its     and smartphone. These services allow motorists to track their fuel
leadership strategy in connected and mobility-related services.               consumption and CO2 emissions, as well as receive maintenance
                                                                              reminders and real-time vehicle alerts. They are available for free
VEhIClE-IntEGRatED aUtOnOMOUS tElEMatICS BOx (atB)                            during the vehicle warranty period.                                       43




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■■ The ATB is equipped with an embedded SIM card that enables               ■■ Peugeot    Connect offers a range of innovative services based on
  drivers to connect to the emergency call and location-aware                  information sent directly from the vehicle. These include:
  assistance system, without having to acquire an integrated
                                                                            - Now available in ten European countries and on more than 550,000
  navigation, radio and telephone system.
                                                                              Peugeots, Peugeot Connect SOS enables emergency services to
■■ Theconnected services offered by the Peugeot and Citroën brands            locate a vehicle and send the necessary assistance in the event
  are delivered via the ATB.                                                  of an incident. It can be set off manually, for example if the driver
                                                                              witnesses an accident, or automatically, by an inflating airbag or
COnnECtED SERVICES                                                            pyrotechnic seatbelt tensioner. Available 24/7, Peugeot Connect SOS
■■ Citroën etouch is a four-service line-up that includes:                    is a free service that does not require a subscription.
- Onboard emergency call and location aware assistance systems              - Peugeot Connect Assistance gives customers 24/7 access in their
  that make use of a module with an embedded SIM card. In the event           own language to the Peugeot Assistance service, which immediately
  of an incident or accident, an operator can identify and locate             identifies and locates their vehicle. Useful information, such as the


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  vehicle identification number, odometer reading and any mechanical           is available to deliver the car to wherever it is needed. Electric
  warnings, is automatically sent to Peugeot Assistance so that it can         vehicles are also available.
  carry out an initial assessment, which saves valuable response time.         With Citroën Multicity, the brand has now positioned itself as an
- Peugeot Connect Fleet automatically sends subscribing fleet                  effective travel facilitator.
  managers updates on vehicle maintenance, mileage, fuel
                                                                            ■■ Mu  by Peugeot (www.mu.peugeot.fr): with this service launched
  consumption and CO2 emissions.
                                                                              in 2010, anyone can rent a car, scooter, bicycle, pedelec or
- Peugeot Connect Electric will provide data on battery charge levels
                                                                              accessories like a child's car seat or rooftop carrier from a Peugeot     44
  for the iOn via smartphone or computer.
                                                                              dealer. The line-up is being expanded in 2011 to include e-bikes,




                                                                                                                                                      MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
                                                                              the e-VIVACITY scooter and the Peugeot iOn.
MOBIlItY SERVICES                                                             Mu is currently available from 65 locations in 17 European cities,
■■ Citroën Multicity allows travellers to prepare their journeys in just
                                                                              including Paris, Lyon, Lille, Bordeaux, Nantes, London, Bristol,
   a few clicks, via the www.multicity.citroen.fr web portal. Open to         Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Rome,
   everyone, the portal offers:                                               Brussels, Antwerp and Geneva. Deployment is slated to continue
   - A section for calculating door-to-door itineraries to find the best      through 2013, primarily in European cities with populations of more
     possible solution for getting to where you want to go, thanks to a       than 300,000. In 2011, the service will be rolled out in Geneva,
     powerful, innovative search engine that takes into account all of        Barcelona, Strasbourg, Lille, Bordeaux, Nice, Hamburg and Munich.
     the available modes of transport.                                        Users in France have been able to make online reservations from
   - An online booking service that enables web users to purchase             a computer or iPhone since October 2010 and customers in other
     aeroplane or train tickets or hire a car. Cars can be hired by the       countries since the first quarter of 2011.
     hour or by the day and, in major cities in France, a “valet” service
 sALes
�■
   48                                  53
    Worldwide Sales                     Growth Regions
48	 2010 Worldwide Sales            53	 Russia
49	 First-Half 2011 Worldwide       53	 China
    Sales                           54	 Brazil
50	 Distribution Networks           54	 Argentina
50	 Worldwide Sales by Region       55	 Latin America                 47
50	 Worldwide Car and Light




                                                                    MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
    Commercial Vehicle Sales
51	 Worldwide Sales by Model           55
                                        Market Share
51	 PSA Peugeot Citroën Worldwide
    Sales by Region                 55	 The Global Car and Light
                                        Commercial Vehicle Market

   52                               56	 Market Share in
                                        30-Country Europe
    Europe
52	 30-Country Europe
52	 France




      SalES
                                                         SalES



2010 WORlDWIDE SalES (sales by region)
3,602,000 units                                                  60,000 units
                                                                 RUSSIa and EaStERn
5.2% Global market share                 2,195,000 units         EUROPE
                                         EUROPE (30 countries)
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                                                                                         MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
                                                                         394,000 units
                                                                         aSIa PaCIFIC

         294,000 units                        573,000 units
         latIn aMERICa                        aFRICa and
                                              MIDDlE-EaSt

                                                                     RESt OF thE WORlD
                                                                     86,000 units
FIRSt-halF 2011 WORlDWIDE SalES
(sales by region)

1,860,000 units                                      38,000 units
                                                     RUSSIa and EaStERn
                             1,155,000 units         EUROPE
                             EUROPE (30 countries)
                                                                               49




                                                                             MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
                                                             206,000 units
                                                             aSIa PaCIFIC

      154,000 units               266,000 units
      latIn aMERICa               aFRICa and
                                  MIDDlE-EaSt

                                                         RESt OF thE WORlD
                                                         41,000 units


                                             SalES
                                                                         SalES


DIStRIBUtIOn nEtWORKS                                                  WORlDWIDE CaR anD lIGht COMMERCIal VEhIClE SalES
Peugeot Citroën Retail, the Group’s proprietary dealership network,    Units              30.06.2010   30.06.2011   % change
comprises 430 dealerships in 21 countries. Including the independent   total unit sales    1,855,700    1,859,900      0.2%
dealers, Peugeot and Citroën brands have 10,000 authorized             Of which Peugeot    1,093,000    1,090,800     -0.2%
dealerships and/or accredited repair shops each around the world.
                                                                       Of which Citroën     762,700      769,100       0.8%
                                                                       Of which cars       1,665,200    1,642,200     -1.4%
WORlDWIDE SalES BY REGIOn                                              Of which LCVs        190,500      217,600      14.2%      50
(First-Half 2011)




                                                                                                                               MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
                                                                       Peugeot
                                      37.9%
                                      outside 30-country europe        Cars and LCVs       1,093,000    1,090,800     -0.2%
      25.2%                                                            Cars                 992,700      976,800      -1.6%
       France
                                      36.9%                            LCVs                 100,300      114,000      13.6%
                                      30-country europe
                                      excluding France
                                                                       Citroën
                                                                       Cars and LCVs        762,700      769,100       0.8%
                                                                       Cars                 672,500      665,500      -1.0%
                                                                       LCVs                  90,200      103,600      14.9%
WORlDWIDE SalES BY MODEl
Peugeot            30.06.2011
                   30.06.2010    Citroën
                                  Citroën           30.06.2011
                                                  30.06.2011      In first-half 2011, four Peugeot Scooters models ranked among the ten best selling
Models              Unit sales   Models
                                  Models             Unit sales
                                                   Unit sales     50cc scooters in France. They included the Kisbee, which was launched in 2010 and
                                                                  held 4.4% of the market in first-half 2011.
107                    50 960
                       50,960    C1
                                  C1                     50 194
                                                      50,194      In first-half 2011, two Peugeot Scooters models ranked among the ten best selling
206 (t1 et Plus)      318 514
                      318,514    C3
                                  C3                   143 504
                                                     143,504      over-50cc scooters in France. They included the Tweet 125, which was launched in
207                   166 303
                      166,303    DS3 Picasso
                                  C3                     41 394
                                                      57,126      2010 and held 3% of the market in first-half 2011.
307                    33 302
                       33,302    Zx
                                  DS3                    32 736
                                                      41,394
408                    36 081
                       36,081    xsara Picasso
                                  Zx                      4 964
                                                      32,736                                                                                             51
308                   109 378
                      109,378    C4
                                  xsara Picasso        143 961
                                                        4,964     PSa PEUGEOt CItROën WORlDWIDE SalES BY REGIOn




                                                                                                                                                       MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
508                    56 696
                       56,696    C3 Picasso
                                  C4                     57 126
                                                     143,961       Country or region             First-half 2010    First-half 2011    % change
3008                   73 848
                       73,848    C4 Picasso
                                  C4 Picasso             66 117
                                                      66,117
                                                                   Europe 30                           1,206,058         1,154,433         -4.3%
5008                   41 683
                       41,683    C5
                                  C5                     39 556
                                                      39,556
                                                                   Latin America                        126,837            154,377        21.7%
405                   115 309
                      115,309    DS4
                                  DS4                     9 255
                                                        9,255
607                         43   DS5
                                  DS5                       448
                                                          448      Asia                                 182,951            203,793        11.4%
407
807                      2 296
                         3,720   C6
                                  C6                        579
                                                          579      Russia and Oriental Europe             22,554             38,425       70.4%
607
4007                        43
                         3,798   C8
                                  C8                      3 174
                                                        3,174      Rest of the world                      79,296           101,036        27.4%
807
RCZ                      3 720
                       10,659    C-Crosser
                                  C-Crosser               3 604
                                                        3,604      CKD units                            238,022            207,795        -12.7%
4007
Bipper                   3 798
                       19,940    nemo
                                  nemo                   20 828
                                                      20,828
                                                                   Worldwide total                     1,855,718         1,859,859          0.2%
RCZ
Partner                10 659
                       86,078    Berlingo
                                  Berlingo               88 043
                                                      88,043
Expert                 16,753     Jumpy               15,994
Boxer                  26,682     Jumper              23,917
iOn                      1,417    C-Zéro                1,166



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     EUROPE
     REGIStRatIOnS In 30-COUntRY EUROPE*                                                                   REGIStRatIOnS In FRanCE
                                       30.06.2010                      30.06.2011                                                     30.06.2010                      30.06.2011
                                        Units Market                Units   Market       %                                            Units Market                Units   Market         %
                                               share                          share Change                                                     share                        share   Change
      Peugeot                       650,900     7.8%              615,900      7.4%  -5.4%                 Peugeot                  254,500    17.2%            258,500    17.8%      1.6%
      Citroën                       562,500         6.7%          533,800        6.4%        -5.2%         Citroën                  217,000      16.0%          227,400    15.7%        4.8%
                                                                                                                                                                                                 52
      PSA Peugeot Citroën        1,213,400         14.5%      1,149,700        13.9%         -5.3%         PSA Peugeot Citroën      471,500      33.2%          485,900    33.5%        3.1%




                                                                                                                                                                                               MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
      Total market               8,347,300         100%       8,269,200         100%         -0.8%         Total market            1,425,700     100%      1,449,400        100%        1.7%

     *30-country Europe: European Union + Croatia, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.


     thE EUROPEan CaR anD lIGht COMMERCIal VEhIClE                                                         thE CaR anD lIGht COMMERCIal VEhIClE MaRKEt
     MaRKEt (30-COUntRY EUROPE) (in millions of vehicles)                                                  In FRanCE (in millions of vehicles)
20                                                                                                   3,0
15                                                                  18.37                                            2.68                                                        2.67   2.67
                                                           18.04                                                            2.54                 2.53             2.57
       17.79 17.71                       17.66    17.71                                                     2.54                                                          2.55
18                                                                                                                                        2.47           2.48
                        17.28 17.17                                                                                                2.39
                                                                             16.87                   2,5
17
                                                                                      16
16                                                                                            15.4

15                                                                                                   2,0
      2000      2001    2002     2003     2004    2005     2006     2007    2008      2009    2010         2000      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005    2006     2007    2008   2009   2010
      GROWth REGIOnS
      REGIStRatIOnS In RUSSIa                                                              REGIStRatIOnS In ChIna
                                    30.06.2010              30.06.2011                                                      30.06.2010               30.06.2011
                                    Units Market
                                             share
                                                                Market
                                                            Units share
                                                                                  %
                                                                             Change                                         Units Market
                                                                                                                                     share          UnitsMarket
                                                                                                                                                           share
                                                                                                                                                                           %
                                                                                                                                                                      Change
       Peugeot                     13,600     1.7%     21,700      1.8%      +58.8%         Peugeot                        61,000     1.0%      66,800      1.0%       +9.4%
       Citroën                      6,300    0.8%      12,100         1.0%   +91.4%         Citroën                        97,200    1.6%      100,400        1.6%    +3.3%
                                                                                                                                                                                 53
       PSA Peugeot Citroën         20,000    2.5%      33,800         2.7%   +69.1%         PSA Peugeot Citroën           158,300    2.6%      167,100        2.6%    +5.6%




                                                                                                                                                                               MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
       Total market               793,500    100%    1,235,400       100% +55.7%            Total market               6,140,900     100%    6,458,400        100%    +5.2%



      thE RUSSIan CaR anD lIGht COMMERCIal VEhIClE MaRKEt                                  thE ChInESE CaR MaRKEt
      (in millions of vehicles)                                                            (in millions of vehicles)
3,0                                                                                   12
                                            2.57
                                                     2.92                             10                                                                       8.34    10.86
2,5
                                                                                       8
                                  1.88                                       1.91                                                            5.27      5.33
2,0                                                                                    6                                            4.24
                       1.55                                          1.46                                                    3.19
          1.42                                                                         4                2.19       2.56
1,5                                                                                           1.26
                                                                                       2
1,0                                                                                    0
         2004          2005       2006      2007      2008          2009     2010             2002      2003       2004      2005   2006     2007      2008    2009    2010



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      REGIStRatIOnS In BRaZIl                                                                       REGIStRatIOnS In aRGEntIna
                                      30.06.2010                    30.06.2011                                                      30.06.2010                    30.06.2011
                                      Units Market
                                               share            Units Market
                                                                          share
                                                                                         %
                                                                                    Change                                          Units Market
                                                                                                                                             share            Units   Market
                                                                                                                                                                        share
                                                                                                                                                                                        %
                                                                                                                                                                                   Change
       Peugeot                       40,300     2.7%           42,500      2.6%       5.6%           Peugeot                       26,700     8.2%           38,700      9.2%      +44.7%
       Citroën                       36,200      2.4%          46,600      2.9%       28.4%          Citroën                       11,900      3.7%          16,800      4.0%      +41.0%
                                                                                                                                                                                              54
       PSA Peugeot Citroën           76,500      5.1%          89,100      5.5%       16.4%          PSA Peugeot Citroën           38,600     11.9%          55,400    13.1%       +43.6%




                                                                                                                                                                                            MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
       Total market               1,494,900     100%       1,632,000       100%       9.2%           Total market                 324,400     100%          421,800     100% +30.0%



      thE BRaZIlIan CaR anD lIGht COMMERCIal VEhIClE MaRKEt                                         thE aRGEntInE CaR anD lIGht COMMERCIal VEhIClE MaRKEt
      (in millions of vehicles)                                                                     (in thousands of vehicles)

3,5                                                                                    3.3    800
                                                                                3             700                                                                                    635
3,0                                                                     2.67                                                                                          576
                                                                                              600                                                              534
                                                                                                                                                                             494
                                                                2.35                          500                                                     417
2,5                                                                                                                                           361
                                                                                              400     329
                                                        1.83                                  300                                      269
2,0                                             1.62                                                           193
                 1.52                    1.48                                                 200                                134
       1.42              1.41     1.35
1,5                                                                                                                    94
                                                                                              100
1,0                                                                                             0
       2000      2001   2002      2003   2004   2005    2006    2007    2008   2009    2010          2000      2001   2002   2003      2004   2005    2006    2007    2008   2009    2010
                                                                                                     MaRKEt ShaRE
    REGIStRatIOnS In latIn aMERICa*                                                                  thE GlOBal CaR anD lIGht COMMERCIal VEhIClE MaRKEt
                                      30.06.2010                          30.06.2011                  Country or region                    2010 30.06.2010 30.06.2011                 % Change
                                      Units Market
                                               share                  Units Market
                                                                                share
                                                                                                 %
                                                                                            Change    30-country Europe*           15,408,900         8,354,000       8,286,200          -0.8%
     Peugeot                         70,200     3.6%                 85,600      3.9%       +22.0%    Russia                         1,910,800          793,500       1,235,400        +55.7%
     Citroën                         49,800           2.6%           65,700      3.0%       +31.8%
                                                                                                      Latin America (Brazil +                                                                      55
     PSA Peugeot Citroën            120,000           6.2%          151,300      6.8%       +26.1%                                   4,249,500        1,944,400       2,218,000        +14.1%
                                                                                                      Argentina + Chile)




                                                                                                                                                                                                 MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
     Total market                1,944,400            100%     2,218,000         100% +14.1%
                                                                                                      Japan                          4,895,400        2,625,300       1,893,000         -27.9%
    * Latin America = Brazil, Argentina and Chile.                                                    United States                11,590,300         5,615,000       6,333,300        +12.8%
                                                                                                      China                        14,011,600         6,140,900       6,458,400         +5.2%
    thE latIn aMERICan CaR anD lIGht COMMERCIal VEhIClE
    MaRKEt                                                                                           *30-country Europe: European Union + Croatia, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.
    (in millions of vehicles)
6
                                                                                              5.07
5                                                                             4.51   4.43
                                                                      4.2
4                                                            3.58
                                                     3.29
                                          2.98
      2.71     2.71     2.59     2.56
3

2
     2000      2001     2002     2003     2004       2005    2006     2007    2008   2009     2010

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MaRKEt ShaRE In 30-COUntRY EUROPE
                             Market share   Market share
           Manufacturer       30.06.2010     30.06.2011
1         Volkswagen Gr.           20.0%          20.7%
2      PSa Peugeot Citroën          14.5%         13.9%
3          Renault Gr.              11.0%         10.5%              56




                                                                   MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
4             Ford                  10.2%          8.6%
5              GM                    8.1%          8.2%
6              Fiat                  8.8%          8.0%
7             BMW                    4.6%          4.7%
8            Daimler                 4.9%          4.7%
  R&D, DesIGn AnD
�■■
  PRoDUCtIon
                    60                            63
                     R&D and Design               Manufacturing
                  60	R&D Centres               63	Worldwide Production
                  60	Design                    63	Production by Region
                  60	Platforms                 65	Worldwide Production by Model
                  60	Key Figures               65	16 PSA Automobile plants
                                                  or joint-venture plants           59

                    61                         66	14 Mechanical Component




                                                                                  MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
                                                  Plants and Foundries
                    Concepts Cars and
                    technology Demonstrators   66	Replacement Parts
                    at the 2011 Frankfurt
                    auto Show                     67 Ventures
                                                  Cooperative
                    62
                    Plant locations
                                                  71
                                                  Purchasing




R&D, DESIGn anD
PRODUCtIOn
                                                     R&D, DESIGn anD
                                                     PRODUCtIOn


R&D anD DESIGn
R&D CEntRES                                                            PlatFORMS
•	6 technical centres:	                                                • 3 PSa vehicle bases
    - 4 in France : Vélizy, Sochaux-Belchamp, La Garenne,              • 2 platforms in cooperation with Fiat (light commercial vehicles
      Carrières-sous-Poissy                                              and MPVs)
    - 2 outside France:                                                • 1 platform in cooperation with Toyota (entry-level compacts)                  60




                                                                                                                                                     MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
     - China tech Center (CTC) in Shanghai (China)                     • 1 platform in cooperation with Mitsubishi (SUVs)
     - latin america tech Center in São Paulo, Brazil                  • 1 platform in cooperation with Fiat and Tofas (light commercial vehicles)
• 2 test centres in Belchamp and La Ferté-Vidame, France

                                                                       KEY FIGURES
DESIGn                                                                 • E2,044 million allocated to R&D in the Automobile Division
• 1 design center: ADN in Vélizy, France                                 in 2010, representing 4% of Division revenue

•	Styling teams at the China Tech Center                               • 16,800 employees in	R&D	worldwide
COnCEPtS CaRS
anD tEChnOlOGY
DEMOnStRatORS at
thE 2011 FRanKFURt
aUtO ShOW
Concepts	cars	and	technology	     �   Peugeot Ex1                       �   Peugeot HX1                           �   Citroën Tubik
demonstrators	are	both	           The EX1 combines environmental        HX1is	a	shape-shifting	concept	car.	      A	luxury	technological	shuttle,	Tubik	offers	      61




                                                                                                                                                                   MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
intended	to	give	a	tantalising	   efficiency and driving pleasure.      Capable	of	carrying	up	to	six	people,	    a	stirring	call	to	get	back	on	the	open	road.	
glimpse	of	the	future	of	         This full electric two-seater         the	forward-looking	HX1	concept	          With	it,	Citroën	has	successfully	blended	
                                  roadster has broken several           car features	strong,	muscular,	           practicality	and	high	design	in	a	nine-
motoring	while	stirring	the	      world records for acceleration,       unconventional	styling,	outstanding	      seater	vehicle	whose	styling	and	features	
imagination.	Designed	to	be	      proving that EVs are real-world       aerodynamics	(Cx	of	0.28),	an	            faithfully	reflect	those	of	a	contemporary,	
presented	during	international	   cars that can provide an intense      exceptionally	spacious	interior	and	      status-affirming	saloon.	Its	ultra-high	tech	
auto	shows,	these	one-            driving experience. With its sleek    unrivalled	driving	excitement.	           universe	makes	the	driver	feel	like	a	real	
of-a-kind	vehicles,	which	        aerodynamics, ultra-light structure   Its plug-in	HYbrid4	powertrain	           starship	captain,	while	the	passenger	
                                  and two electric motors, the EX1      delivers	a	range	of	30	km	in	all-         compartment	offers	a	seductive,	relaxing	
are	often	forerunners	of	         delivers up to 250 kW (340 hp)        electric	mode,	maximum	output	of	         cocoon	worthy	of	an	upscale	lounge.	
production	models,	offer	a	       of power.                             299	bhp,	four-wheel	drive	and	            Lastly,	the	Hybrid4	diesel	technology	
compelling	demonstration	                                               superior	fuel	efficiency,	burning	just	   keeps	carbon	emissions	in	line	with	those	
of	each	brand’s	expertise,	                                             3.2 litres/100 km	and	emitting		          of	a	conventional	saloon,	so	that	travellers	
creativity	and	values.                                                  83 g/km	of	CO2.                           can	feel	as	free	as	a	bird.


                                                   R&D, DESIGn anD
                                                   PRODUCtIOn
                                                       R&D, DESIGn anD
                                                       PRODUCtIOn


induSTrial, r&d
and CommerCial
loCaTionS of
auTomoTive
aCTiviTieS                                                                                                           RUSSIA

                                                                                                               Kaluga
                                                                                                                                                                                    62
                                                                                     (*)




                                                                                                                                                                                  MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
                                                                                                                                              Xiangyang                JAPAN
                                                                                                           Bursa                          (formely Xiangfan)
                                                                                                            TURKEY                          CHINA                       Okazaki
INDUSTRIAL SITES                                                                                                                                                      Mizushima
                                                                                                                                                 Wuhan       Shanghai
      Vehicle production sites
      ( joint-venture, cooperation                                                   ALGERIA
                                      MEXICO                                                                                     INDIA
      or partnership)                                                                                                                                      Shenzhen
      Powertrain and foundry sites
      ( joint-venture, cooperation
      or partnership)
      Assembly plant                                                                                                                               Gurun

OTHER SITES                                             BRAZIL
       R&D centre
                                                             Porto Real
                                                              Sete Lagoas
COMMERCIAL SITES                                            Sao Paulo                          SOUTH
    Countries where the Group is                                                               AFRICA
    present with a sales subsidiary                    Buenos Aires
                                               CHILE
                                                       Jeppener             (*) page 63 
    Countries where Group vehicles             ARGENTINA                    NB : the map does not show offices sites, head offices, IT sites 
    are sold by an importer                                                 or non-automotive activities of Banque PSA Finance and Gefco.
                                                                                          ManUFaCtURInG
                                                                                          WORlDWIDE PRODUCtIOn
                                                                                                                     First-half 2010   First-half 2011   % Change
      Sites in France                            NORWAY
                                                                                           Peugeot                      1,099,000         1,161,922          6%
             Aulnay                                         SWEDEN
          Mandeure                                                                         Citroën                        796,000           807,557          1%
          (scooters)                              DENMARK                                                               1,895,000         1,969,479          4%
                                                                                           PSA Peugeot Citroën
          Mulhouse
              Poissy           UNITED KINGDOM
                                                                                                                                                                      63
             Rennes




                                                                                                                                                                    MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
            Sochaux      IRELAND          NETHERLANDS             POLAND
              Vesoul
                                       BELGIUM
                                                    GERMANY
                                                              CZECH REP.
                                                                                          PRODUCtIOn BY REGIOn
          Sevelnord                                   Kolin         SLOVAKIA UKRAINE
                Caen                    FRANCE             AUSTRIA                                          24.4%
                                                       Graz           Trnava
Charleville-Mézières                                               HUNGARY                                   Asia*
      Hérimoncourt                                     SLOVENIA                                                                             68%
                Metz                          SWITZERLAND                                                                                   europe
           Mulhouse                                         CROATIA        ROMANIA
          Saint-Ouen                                  ITALY
           Sept-Fons         Vigo                                                                           7.6%
             Trémery
       Valenciennes          Mangualde                       Sevelsud                               Latin America
                        PORTUGAL    Madrid                (Val di Sangro)
       Douvrin (FM)             SPAIN
          Belchamp
Carrières-ss-Poissy
   La Ferté-Vidame                                                                        *Of which Iran.
        La Garenne
              Vélizy




                                                                        R&D, DESIGn anD
                                                                        PRODUCtIOn
                                          R&D, DESIGn anD
                                          PRODUCtIOn

WORlDWIDE PRODUCtIOn BY MODEl
Peugeot               First-half 2011   total Production to   Citroën         First-half 2011   total Production to
                          Production        First-half 2011                       Production        First-half 2011
iOn                             1,638                 1,988   C-Zero                    1,694                 2,041
107                            54,265               629,874   C1                      58,231                609,322
206                           260,857             7,586,886   C2                        4,719               670,320
207                           172,848             2,248,561   C3                     211,431              2,971,019
307                            28,875             3,639,412   dS3                     42,513                112,598
308                           112,760               981,863   ZX                      33,038              2,493,074     64
                                                              Xsara Picasso             4,835             3,358,664




                                                                                                                      MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
3008                           79,841               277,461
5008                           46,324               137,642   C4                     210,525              2,321,234
405                           118,037             4,353,988   dS4                     13,575                 13,884
407                               554               860,776   C5                      58,670              1,078,828
408                            39,458                84,558   dS5                         581                   794
508                            64,031                70,416   C6                          578                21,553
807                             3,934               182,748   C8                        3,575               141,605
4007                            4,137                43,838   C-Crosser                 4,286                42,581
rCZ                            11,430                30,638   nemo                    20,542                142,095
Bipper                         22,442               130,353   Jumpy                   16,725                428,800
Partner                        92,872             1,889,558   Jumper                  26,667                662,541
expert                         18,036               462,475   Berlingo                95,372              2,379,424
Boxer                          29,442               752,853
Total                       1,161,781           24,365,888    Total                  807,557            17,450,377
16 PSa aUtOMOBIlE PlantS OR JOInt-VEntURE PlantS
PSa or Joint-Venture Plants                 Models Produced at 30/06/11                                                              First-half 2011 Production
aulnay (France)                             C3                                                                                                           82,899
Mulhouse (France)                           206+, 308, C4, DS4                                                                                          180,207
Poissy (France)                             207, 207 SW, C3, DS3                                                                                        133,626
Rennes (France)                             C5 (+Tourer), C6, 407 coupé, 607, 508	(+break)                                                              103,676
Sochaux (France)                            308 (+CC, SW, break), 3008, 5008, DS5                                                                       208,855
Madrid (Spain)                              207,	207CC,	207SW,	C3	Pluriel,	C3                                                                            61,396
Vigo (Spain)                                C4	Picasso,	Grand	C4	Picasso,	Berlingo,	Partner                                                             205,565     65




                                                                                                                                                                  MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
Mangualde (Portugal)                        Partner, Berlingo, Partner Origin, Berlingo First                                                            28,210
trnava (Slovakia)                           207, C3 Picasso                                                                                             110,152
Buenos aires (Argentina)                    206	Generation,	207,	307,	408	,	Partner,	C4,	Berlingo                                                        67,542
Porto Real (Brazil)                         207,	207	SW,	207	Passion	(notchback),	Hoggar,	C3,	C3	Aircross,	Xsara	Picasso                                 73,938
Sevelnord * (France)                        807, C8, Expert, Jumpy                                                                                       53,534
Sevelsud * (Italy)                          Boxer, Jumper                                                                                                52,791
Kaluga * (Russia) - SKD**                   308, C4, C-Crosser, 4007                                                                                     18,509
Kolìn * (Czech Republic)                    C1, 107                                                                                                     112,751
                                            207	(hatchback	and	notchback),	307,	408,	508,	C2,	C-Elysée	(hatchback	and	notchback),	
Wuhan * (China)                                                                                                                                        194,112
                                            C-Quatre	(hatchback	and	notchback),	C-Triomphe,	C5
* Cooperations. ** SKD: Semi-Knocked Down
Production in our partners’plants           Models produced at 30/06/11                                                              First-half 2011 Production
Bursa (Turkey) - KARSAN                     Partner	Origin,	Berlingo	First                                                                                9,398
Bursa (Turkey) - TOFAS                      Nemo,	Bipper                                                                                                 42,777
Mizushima (Japan) - MITSUBISHI              4007,	C-Crosser,	iOn,	C-ZERO						                                                                           11,782

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14 MEChanICal COMPOnEnt PlantS anD FOUnDRIES,                                     REPlaCEMEnt PaRtS
OF WhICh 11 In FRanCE                                                             12 replacement parts warehouses manage close to 300,000 items.
 Sites                             Production                                     They represent over one million square metres of storage space:
                                   Wheels, axles, suspension systems,
 Caen (France)                     transmissions                                  - Barueri (Brazil)          - Pregnana (Italy)
 Charleville (France)              Aluminium and iron castings
                                                                                  - Koper (Slovenia)          - Rieste (Germany)
 Douvrin*,                         Petrol and diesel engines
 Française de Mécanique (France)                                                  - Moscow (Russia)           - Spillern (Austria)
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 hérimoncourt (France)                                                            - Natolin (Poland)          - Tile Hill (UK)
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 Metz (France)                     Gearboxes                                      - Pacheco (Argentina)       - Vesoul (France)
 Mulhouse Mechanical
 Components Plant (France)         Wheels, axles, suspension systems              - Pinto (Spain)             -	Wuhan	(China)
 Mulhouse Metallurgical            Aluminium pressure castings, forged steel
 Plant (France)                    components and tooling
 Saint-Ouen (France)               Stampings, body in white
 Sept-Fons (France)                Iron castings
 trémery (France)                  Petrol and diesel engines
 Valenciennes (France)             Gearboxes
                                   HDi diesel engines; flex-fuel and petrol
 Jeppener (Argentina)              engines; wheels, axles, suspension systems
 Porto Real (Brazil)               Flex-fuel and gasoline engines
                                   Petrol engines; gearboxes; wheels, axles,
 xiangyang* (China)                suspension systems
* Joint-ventures.
COOPERatIVE VEntURES
> BMW                                                                      • May 2011: The 1.6-litre TGDi engine (175 bhp) is voted
■■ Cooperating on petrol engines since 2006.                                 International Engine of the Year in the 1.4-litre to 1.8-litre
                                                                             category, the fifth consecutive award for a Prince engine.
■■ In   all, more than 1.8 million engines produced.
■■ Milestones:                                                           > FIat
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  • 2002: PSA Peugeot Citroën and BMW Group sign a cooperation           ■■ Cooperating on light commercial vehicles since 1978.




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    agreement to jointly develop and produce a new family of             ■■ In   all, 6.3 million vehicles produced.
    1.4 and 1.6-litre petrol engines.
                                                                         ■■ Milestones:
  • 2006: Market launch of the first Peugeot and Citroën vehicles
                                                                           • 1978: PSA and Fiat create Sevel S.p.A. to jointly manufacture
    powered by the 1.6-litre engine.
                                                                             a light commercial vehicle.
  • 2007: Market launch of the first Peugeot and Citroën vehicles
                                                                           • 1981: Production begins of the Fiat Ducato, Peugeot J5 and
    powered by the 1.4-litre engine.
                                                                             Citroën C25 (Sevelsud).
  • February 2010: Cooperation agreement renewed for the third
                                                                           • 1988: The light commercial vehicle agreement is extended and
    generation of Prince engines to comply with Euro VI requirements.
                                                                             a new agreement is signed to design and produce a multi-purpose
  • February 2011: PSA Peugeot Citroën and BMW Group                         vehicle.
    announce the creation of a new joint-venture dedicated to hybrid
    technologies.


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  • 1993: Start of production of the Citroën Relay, Peugeot Boxer       ■■ Milestones:

    and Fiat Ducato (Sevelsud).                                           • 2005: PSA Peugeot Citroën, Fiat and Tofas agree to develop small
  • 1994: The new Sevelnord production plant is inaugurated in              entry-level light commercial vehicles at the Tofas plant in Bursa,
    Valenciennes.                                                           Turkey.
  • 1995: Start of production of the Peugeot Expert, Citroën Dispatch     • 2007: The Tofas plant in Bursa, Turkey, inaugurates the new
    and Fiat Scudo (Sevelnord).                                             production line for the compact economy van developed in
                                                                            cooperation by PSA Peugeot Citroën, Fiat and Tofas. Presentation
  • 2006: Renewal of the light commercial vehicle (Sevelsud) and                                                                                   68
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    compact commercial vehicle (Sevelnord) line ups.
                                                                            in 2008.
  • 2006: Fiat and PSA Peugeot Citroën sign a new cooperation
    agreement to assemble a PSA Peugeot Citroën gearbox at the Fiat     > FORD
    Auto plant in Cordoba, Argentina, starting in 2007.                 ■■ Cooperating on diesel engines since 1998.

  • 2011: PSA Peugeot Citroën and Fiat decide not to renew their        ■■ Inall, nearly 20 million hDi and tDCi engines produced,
    Sevelnord joint-venture agreement beyond 2017.                        of which 2.7 million in 2010.
                                                                        ■■ Milestones:
> FIat anD tOFaS
                                                                          • 1998: A cooperation agreement is signed to jointly develop the
■■ Cooperating on light commercial vehicles since 2005.
                                                                            new HDi family of diesel engines.
    all, 273,000 Peugeot and Citroën vehicles produced since
■■ In
                                                                          • 2001: Launch of the DV4 engine.
  September 2007.
                                                                          • 2003: Presentation of the second-generation DV6 and DW10
                                                                            engines, as well as of the 2.7-litre V6 engine.
  • 2005: Fourth phase of the cooperation agreement covering                  • 2008: Ground is broken for the Kaluga plant in Russia, held
    the joint production of 2.2-litre diesel engines for cars and               70% by PSA Peugeot Citroën and 30% by Mitsubishi Motors
    commercial vehicles.                                                        Corporation.
  • 2006: PSA Peugeot Citroën and Ford are the world’s leading                • 2009: Agreement to develop an electric vehicle for Europe based
    manufacturers of diesel engines.                                            on the Japanese version of MMC’s i-MIEV. Production start-up is
  • 2009: Launch of the new family of Euro V-compliant engines,                 scheduled for October 2010, for a market launch at year-end.
    with 1.4-litre, 1.6-litre, 2-litre, 2.2-litres and 3-litre V6 versions.   • 2010: Signature of an agreement to develop a compact SUV for        69
  • 2010: PSA Peugeot Citroën and Ford decide to pursue joint                   launch in Europe in 2012, with an anticipated volume of 50,000




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    development of Euro VI-compliant DV and DW engines for                      Peugeots and 50,000 Citroëns per year.
    market introduction in 2013.                                              • 2010: Planned cooperation on electric powertrains to equip the
                                                                                Peugeot Partner and Citroën Berlingo for an-end 2012 launch.
> MItSUBIShI
                                                                              • 2010: Kaluga starts SKD production of the Peugeot 308 and
■■ Cooperating on SUVs and now electric vehicles since 2005.
                                                                                4007, Citroën C4 and C-Crosser.
■■ nearly   86,000 Peugeot and Citroën SUVs produced in all.
■■ Milestones:
  • 2005: Mitsubishi and PSA Peugeot Citroën sign a cooperation
    agreement to produce new SUVs.
  • 2007: The Citroën C-Crosser and Peugeot 4007 SUVs are unveiled
    at the Geneva Motor Show for market launch in the summer.


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> REnaUlt                                                                       > tOYOta
■■ Cooperating on engines and mechanical sub-assemblies                         ■■ Cooperating    on compact city cars since 2005.
   since 1966.                                                                  ■■ In   all, more than 1.8 million vehicles produced.
■■ Milestones:
                                                                                ■■ Milestones:
  • 1966: First memorandum of understanding between Peugeot and
    Renault to co-produce mechanical sub-assemblies.                              • 2001: PSA Peugeot Citroën and Toyota sign a cooperation
  • 1969: Creation of Française de Mécanique in Douvrin, which is                   agreement to jointly develop and produce compact cars.
                                                                                    The choice is made to build a plant in Kolin, Czech Republic.          70
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    6,000 engines a day.                                                          • 2005: The Citroën C1, Peugeot 107 and Toyota Aygo are unveiled
  • 1992: PSA Peugeot Citroën and Renault sign a cooperation agreement              at the Geneva Motor Show.
    to develop and produce a new family of automatic gearboxes.                   • 2005: The Kolin plant is officially inaugurated.
  • 2001: PSA Peugeot Citroën, Renault and the Conservatoire National             • 2008: Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile produces its one-
    des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) sign articles of incorporation for Souffleries       millionth vehicle.
    Aéroacoustiques Automobiles-S2A, a consortium that will serve as a
    center of excellence for automobile aerodynamics in France.                   • 2010: The venture’s petrol engines are certified Euro V-compliant.
PURChaSInG
■■ 2010    budget: €25 billion*
■■ approved        suppliers
     - 1,094 suppliers of which the top 20 represent 50% of total
       purchases.
     - 13 strategic suppliers.                                                                   71




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■■ Employees:   1,250 employees working at 22 sites,
   of which around 25% outside France.
■■ Sourcing       depends on plant location:
   • For plants in France, 55% of inputs are purchased in France,
     39% in the rest of Europe and 6% in the rest of the world.




*For Europe, Asia (including India, excluding DPCA), Russia and Latin America.




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                    74                              75
                     Employees                      Workplace Safety
                 74	 Number of Employees
                     by Subsidiary Worldwide
                 74	 Number of Employees
                                                    75
                                                     Social Dialogue
                     by Subsidiary in France
                                                 75	 Major Agreements Signed
                 74	 Number of Employees             Since 1999                  73
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                                                 77	 Additional Information
                 74	 Employees by Region
                 75	 Number of Employees
                     by Job Category
                 75	 Women Hired in 2010
                     as a % of Total New Hires




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EMPlOYEES
nUMBER OF EMPlOYEES BY SUBSIDIaRY WORlDWIDE                   nUMBER OF EMPlOYEES BY REGIOn
                                    30.06.2010   30.06.2011                                30.06.2010          30.06.2011
Automobile Division                    121,755      122,410    France                          99,620             100,085
Banque PSA Finance                       2,555        2,815    Rest of Europe                  63,900              66,395
Gefco                                    8,950       10,040    Africa and Middle East           2,950               3,385
Faurecia                                61,785       69,125    South America                   15,075              16,450     74




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Other businesses (PMTC + SCEMM)            975          955    North and Central America       10,110              13,020
total                                  196,020      205,345    Asia                             4,365               6,140
                                                               total                          196,020             205,345
nUMBER OF EMPlOYEES BY SUBSIDIaRY In FRanCE
                                    30.06.2010   30.06.2011
                                                              EMPlOYEES BY REGIOn
                                                              (at 30 June 2011)
Automobile Division                     80,280       81,240
Banque PSA Finance                         815          825
Gefco                                    4,500        4,475                                   66,395
                                                                                              Rest of europe
Faurecia                                13,090       12,630
                                                                       100,085
Other businesses                           935          915               France
total                                   99,620      100,085                                   38,995
                                                                                              Rest of the World
nUMBER OF EMPlOYEES BY JOB CatEGORY
(at 30 June 2011)
                                                                         SOCIal DIalOGUE
                                 administrative                          MaJOR aGREEMEntS SInCE 1999
                                  employees,
                    Operators                     Managers       total   ■■ June 2011: PSA Peugeot Citroën receives the first certification
                                technicians and
                                  supervisors                               awarded under the new Gender Equality European Standard (GEES).
 Automobile Division  66,560           33,235      22,615     122,410
                                                                         ■■ March  2011: Signature of the fourth agreement on the integration
 Banque PSA Finance                      2,050        765       2,815
 Gefco                 3,445             5,440      1,155      10,040      of disabled persons into the Group, valid for 2011-2013.               75
 Faurecia             45,610           11,610      11,905      69,125    ■■ February 2011: New equal opportunity agreement to further




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 Other businesses        460               315        180         955      strengthen and improve the initiatives undertaken since the first
 total               116,075           52,650      36,620     205,345      agreement, which was signed in 2003 and renewed in 2007.
                                                                         ■■ September      2010: Agreement on enhancing production plant
WOMEn hIRED aS a % OF tOtal nEW hIRES at JUnE 2011                         flexibility (France).
29% (versus 11% in 1999).
                                                                         ■■ May 2010: New agreement on worldwide corporate and social
                                                                           responsiblity, renewing and improving the 2006 agreement.
WORKPlaCE SaFEtY                                                                2010: Forward-looking jobs and skills management
                                                                         ■■ april

■■ the lost-time incident frequency rate for all permanent and
                                                                           agreement (GPEC) to anticipate change, promote individual career
  temporary employees (excluding Gefco and Faurecia) stood at 2.62         management and support corporate transformation programmes.
  at 30 June 2011, as compared with 3.87 at 31 December 2010.            ■■ January  2010: Signature of an agreement on retaining and
                                                                           motivating seniors.

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■■ October2009: Agreement on assessing and preventing               ■■ September    2004: Agreement on diversity and social cohesion.
  psychosocial risks.                                               ■■ november 2003: Corporate agreement concerning gender equality
       2009: Agreement concerning training and compensation for
■■ april                                                              and employment for women.
  employees affected by short-time working.                         ■■ May   2002: Agreement on a new defined contribution pension plan.
■■ October2008: Signature of an amendment to the September 2004     ■■ March 1999: Framework agreement on organisational
  agreement concerning diversity and social cohesion within the       improvements, working hours, training and jobs (35-hour work week).
  company.                                                                                                                                    76
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■■ July2008: New agreement on job opportunities for the disabled,   wage policies are negotiated every year.
  renewing and improving the September 2005 agreement.              In addition, a large number of amendments are regularly negotiated to
      2008: Agreement on the creation of a joint labour -
■■ June                                                             extend or enhance major agreements and strengthen social dialogue.
  management International Strategy Committee.
■■ november 2007: New agreement concerning gender equality and
  employment for women.
■■ april2007: Agreement concerning the planning and development
  of the Group’s human resources.
■■ april   2005: Agreement on career-long learning.
■■ March  2005: Corporate agreement on the personal growth and
  career development of production line operators.
aDDItIOnal InFORMatIOn                                                            in 2008 and again in 2011, in recognition of the Group’s ongoing
■■ TheDiversity Label first awarded to PSA Peugeot Citroën in 2009                commitment to gender equality.
 in recognition of its equal opportunity policy was renewed in 2010.            ■■ TheGroup has supported the United Nations’ Global Compact
 In 2011, PSA Peugeot Citroën launched its “Production Manager                    since 2003.
 Diversity” programme, which aims to provide job opportunities
                                                                                ■■ Anagreement governing the hiring of temporary employees was
 to both young and experienced people from various backgrounds,
                                                                                  signed in 2003.
 and particularly those from low-income urban neighbourhoods.
                                                                                ■■ Anew nationwide agreement was signed with France’s national         77
■■ PSA Peugeot Citroën reaffirmed its commitment to hiring the                    employment agency in 2011 to further strengthen cooperation over




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  disabled in 2011 by organising its third apprenticeship and                     the next three years.
  handicap forum.
■■ In2010, PSA Peugeot Citroën updated its Code of Ethics, published
  in 2003, and created an Ethics Committee to ensure that the Code
  is effectively applied. More than 20,000 employees will sign the
  Code in 2011.
■■ The Group has opened a corporate university, to be international in scope.

■■ PSAPeugeot Citroën was the first French company to receive the
  “Equal Opportunity Employer” label from the Ministry of Social
  Cohesion and Equality in January 2005. The label was renewed



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 GlOSSaRY OF aUtOMOtIVE tERMS
 > Biofuels                                                                 greenhouse gases. According to a 2005 World Resources Institute
   There are currently two major biofuel families: blends for diesel        report, cars are responsible for 10% of the world’s CO2 emissions
   engines (such as vegetable oil methylesters in Europe) and blends        generated by human activities. CO2 emissions, as measured in g/km,
   for petrol engines (mainly ethanol made from sugar beets, cereals        are directly proportional to fuel consumption in l/km and to the fuel’s
   or, in Brazil, sugar cane). PSA Peugeot Citroën designs its engines      chemical composition. Based on the chemical equations for combustion,
   to run on diesel blends of up to 30% and petrol blends of up to 10%      the coefficient stands at around 23.5 for petrol and 26.5 for diesel fuel.      80
                                                                            This means, for example, that a vehicle that consumes five litres of diesel




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   without any technological modifications. (See also flex-fuel).
                                                                            per 100km emits 133g of CO2 per km.

 > Carbon sink
                                                                          > Completely knocked down (CKD)
   A natural or artificial system that absorbs more carbon than it          A term used to describe a complete kit of automobile sub-assemblies
   releases. In addition to its initiatives to reduce automotive CO2        and parts supplied to a final assembly plant.
   emissions, Peugeot is financing a major environmental and scientific
   project to create a carbon sink in Brazil’s Amazon forest.
                                                                          > Compressed natural gas (CnG)
                                                                            A petrol or diesel alternative composed mainly of methane, a natural
 > Carbon dioxide (CO2)                                                     hydrocarbon. CNG offers a number of advantages. It is more
   Carbon dioxide is a natural compound found in the Earth’s atmosphere     abundant than oil, it releases around 20% less CO2 than petrol and
   whose origins are of both human and natural origin. The increase in      it does not emit any sulphur oxide or benzene. Peugeot and Citroën
   man-made CO2 emissions has led governments to implement control          both market several models running on CNG.
   and regulatory measures to limit the effects of human-generated
 > Crossover                                                                   > Emergency call system
   A vehicle whose body combines the features of two or more body                A tertiary safety system that helps to organise emergency rescue
   styles. The first Peugeot crossover, the 3008, represents a cross             services and shorten response times.
   between an SUV, an MPV and a sedan.                                           In the event of an accident or collision, occupants can contact
                                                                                 a dedicated assistance centre. PSA Peugeot Citroën is the only
 > Diesel hybrids                                                                carmaker to successfully deploy the service in ten European
   Diesel hybrid technology combines an electric motor with an HDi               countries, where almost 780,000 Peugeot and Citroën vehicles are
   diesel engine. The batteries are recharged when the car is running            already on the road.
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   technology is an effective solution to the challenges of automotive         > Feebate system
   CO2 emissions in Europe and the rest of the world.                            A system introduced in France in December 2007 to encourage
                                                                                 people to buy environmentally friendly cars. For 2011, buyers of a
 > e-hDi                                                                         new car emitting less than 110g/km of CO2 receive a cash rebate
   An innovating Stop&Start technology, e-HDi offers very quick engine           of €400 to €5,000, depending on the level of emissions. On the
   restart (400ms); silent, vibrationless stop/start transition; exceptional     other hand, buyers of a new car emitting more than 150g/km of
   driving performance thanks to the system’s fast response and up               CO2 pay a fee of €200 to €2,600. The full list of vehicle models
   to 15% improved fuel efficiency in city driving. The e-HDi micro-             with their CO2 emissions is available on the French Agency for the
   hybrid technology is available on most Citroën and Peugeot models,            Environment and Energy Management website (www.ademe.fr).
   including the Citroën C3 e-HDi (93g CO2/km) and the Peugeot 508
   (115g CO2/km).




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 > the FaP particulate filter                                                > Greenhouse effect
   An exhaust treatment system that reduces particulate matter (PM)            A natural phenomenon that keeps the Earth at a liveable temperature.
   emissions from diesel engines to barely measurable levels, identical to     It is due to the presence in the atmosphere of such greenhouse
   those from petrol engines. In 2000, PSA Peugeot Citroën was the first       gases as water vapour, carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane, but
   carmaker in the world to develop and mass-market PF technology.             can be amplified by emissions from human activities. In its Fourth
                                                                               Assessment Report issued in 2007, the International Panel on Climate
                                                                               Change estimated that, to keep the global temperature from rising by
 > Flex-fuel                                                                   more than 2 °C, atmospheric concentrations of CO2 would have to be
   An engine technology enabling vehicles to run on petrol blended                                                                                      82
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   with varying proportions of ethanol (a biofuel). The engine
   automatically adjusts to the fuel blend being used. PSA Peugeot
   Citroën has proficient expertise in flex-fuel engines, which equip        > Green materials
   nearly 75% of its vehicles sold in Brazil.                                  Green materials include natural fibres (such as linen and hemp),
                                                                               recycled organic materials and biomaterials (made from renewable
                                                                               instead of petrochemical feedstocks). Their use helps to replace
 > Fuel cell
                                                                               fossil plastics with materials from renewable sources, reduce the
   An electrochemical conversion device that generates electricity
                                                                               weight of certain parts, lower carbon emissions across the plastics
   by enabling a controlled reaction between hydrogen and oxygen.
                                                                               production chain and foster the development of plastics recycling
   The oxygen is taken from the air and the hydrogen is either stored
                                                                               processes. PSA Peugeot Citroën is committed to using 30% green
   in gas or liquid form or generated onboard the vehicle.
                                                                               materials in vehicle polymers by 2015.
   Fuel cells can give electric cars as much range as standard
   automobiles. There are three major obstacles to using fuel cells
   in cars: their high cost, the bulky size of the hydrogen storage
   containers and a lack of infrastructure for hydrogen refueling.
 > hYbrid4                                                                  > lean
   PSA Peugeot Citroën’s inventive HYbrid 4 architecture combines             A process management philosophy that considers the expenditure
   a diesel internal combustion engine in the front of the vehicle            of resources for any goal other than the creation of value for the
   with an electric motor in the rear axle. Thanks to this system,            end-customer to be wasteful, and thus a target for elimination.
   vehicles equipped with HYbrid 4 technology will benefit from               The objective is to reduce costs by doing things better, faster and
   a new type of four-wheel drive. Compatible with numerous body              cheaper over the long term. Lean involves taking a fresh look
   styles and engines, HYbrid 4 will be available on the Peugeot 3008         at organisation structures and working methods with a view to
   and Citroën DS5 in 2011 and on the Peugeot 508 RXH in spring               simplifying them and driving constant improvement.
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                                                                            > leisure-activity vehicle
 > laboratory of accidentology, Biomechanics and the Study                    Reasonably priced multi-purpose vehicle similar in design to the
   of human Behavior (laB)                                                    light van, with rear seats for passengers and a wide array of multi-
   LAB was created in 1969 by PSA Peugeot Citroën and Renault                 purpose features like storage space and modular design.
   with the goal of understanding the situations that lead to accidents,
   analysing the factors that cause injury and evaluating the severity of   > Micro-hybrid technology
   collisions. It also studies the human body’s reaction to impact and        See Stop&Start.
   the related injury mechanisms. More recently, LAB has expanded its
   research to determine how driver behaviour plays a role in accidents.




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 > new Car assessment Programme (nCaP)                                      > Platform or vehicle base
   Independent organisation, backed by governments, NGOs and                  A vehicle base shared by several models, which includes the
   consumer rights groups that conduct impact tests on new vehicles           engine, gearbox, underbody, suspension system, axles and other
   to assess the protection they provide to occupants and pedestrians.        basic components. Sharing these components allows the Group to
   Tested vehicles receive one or several stars that take into account        spread vehicle development and manufacturing costs over a larger
   protection offered to adults, children and pedestrians, as well as the     number of models, shorten time-to-market and diversify its line-up.
   presence of on-board safety equipment. Seven NCAP organisations            PSA Peugeot Citroën uses three proprietary vehicle bases and five
   have been created to date: USNCAP (the first, formed more than             cooperative platforms.                                                   84
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   Australian NCAP and Japan NCAP.
                                                                            > Plug-in hybrid
                                                                              A hybrid vehicle with large capacity batteries that can be recharged
 > nOx (DenOx)                                                                in an ordinary electrical outlet. Plug-in technology combines the
   A generic term for mono-nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2), nitrogen             advantages of an electric vehicle for short drives with those of an
   oxide (NOx) is produced during combustion when the fuel mixes with         internal combustion engine for longer trips.
   nitrogen in the air. Strong smelling and toxic in small quantities,
   nitrogen oxides cannot simply be filtered, like soot particulates.
   Rather, they must be denitrified through a chemical process
   involving DeNOx systems, which treat exhaust gas.
 > Premium vehicles                                                         > SKD (Semi-Knocked Down)
   Premium vehicles offer a level of driving pleasure, safety, quality of     Semi-knocked down units are not as complete as CKD kits and
   finish, connectivity and comfort that serves as a benchmark in their       therefore involve more local content. Certain unfinished components
   segment. They include the distinctive models from the A, B and C           are assembled in local facilities, which may also handle such basic
   segments (Peugeot 207CC, 308CC, RCZ, 3008 and Citroën DS3 and              processes as painting.
   DS4) and models from the D and E segments (Peugeot 508, 407,             > Stop&Start
   607, 4007 and Citroën C5, C6 and C-Crosser).                               Also known as micro-hybrid, this first step in hybrid technology
                                                                              shuts down the internal combustion engine when a vehicle is
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 > Primary safety                                                             in neutral and restarts it as soon as the driver pushes on the




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   Primary or active safety concerns systems designed to prevent              accelerator pedal. A pioneer in this area, PSA Peugeot Citroën
   accidents from happening. For carmakers, this mainly involves              began offering its Stop&Start system on petrol engines for Citroën
   improving roadholding, braking performance, visibility and                 C2s and C3s in 2004.
   perception of the vehicle’s surroundings.                                > tertiary safety
                                                                              The concept of providing post-accident safety by various means
 > Secondary safety                                                           such as emergency call-out, signaling and rescue service support.
   Secondary or passive safety concerns systems and equipment               > Variable valve timing (VVt)
   designed to protect occupants and other people on the road in the          A mechanism that optimises engine power at any speed by
   event of an accident. It involves such areas as the vehicle body           changing the sequence of when the valves open and close
   structure, restraint systems, seats, airbags and the active hood.          according to engine load.




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 MEDIa COntaCtS
 PSA Peugeot Citroën corporate media relations comprises three units.


 > PSa PEUGEOt CItROën                                                       > thE PEUGEOt BRanD
   The PSA Peugeot Citroën media department presents the Group’s
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   strategy and results, providing business and finance information, as      > thE CItROën BRanD




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   well as information on industrial, social responsibility, technological
   and environmental issues.                                                  The Peugeot and Citroën media departments are responsible for
                                                                              brand and product communications. These departments organise
                                                                              presentations of new vehicles to the media.
 PSa PEUGEOt CItROën
           Caroline Mille           Media Relations                            Business, Finance, human Resources
                                    media@mpsa.com
           Communication Director   hugues Dufour
                                                                               Pierre-Olivier Salmon
                                                                               Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 49 94
                                    From October 1st, 2011: Jonathan Goodman
                                                                               Mobile: +33 (0)6 76 86 45 48
                                    Follow us on Twitter:
                                                                               pierreolivier.salmon@mpsa.com
                                    www.twitter.com/PSA_news
                                    @PSA_news                                                                          87
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                                    International Media                        Innovation, technology, Environment
                                    Cécile Damide                              laure de Servigny
                                    Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 53 89                Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 35 42
                                    Mobile: +33 (0)6 77 14 53 75               Mobile: +33 (0)6 70 18 88 75
                                    cecile.damide@mpsa.com                     laure.deservigny@mpsa.com



                                    International Media                        Press Relations 2.0
                                    Jean-Baptiste Mounier                      Caroline Brugier-Corbière
                                    Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 54 22                Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 58 54
                                    Mobile: +33 (0)6 68 43 19 00               Mobile: + 33 (0)7 61 11 71 89
                                    jeanbaptiste.mounier@mpsa.com              caroline.brugier-corbiere@mpsa.com




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           xavier Peugeot           Communication Manager            Peugeot Scooters
           Marketing and            laurence d’aboville              Frédéric Bart
           Communication Director   Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 37 69      Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 54 75
                                    Mobile: +33 (0)6 32 34 51 27     Mobile: +33 (0)6 32 13 78 80
                                    laurence.daboville@peugeot.com   f.bart@peugeot-motocycles.fr
                                    Media and External Relations     Sport                            88
                                    Marc Bocqué                      Marek nawarecki




                                                                                                    MEMEntO SEPTEMBER 2011
                                    Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 47 05      Phone: +33 (0)1 30 70 20 40
                                    Mobile: +33 (0)6 80 21 87 03     Mobile: +33 (0)6 85 26 45 18
                                    marc.bocque@peugeot.com          marek.nawarecki@peugeot.com

                                    technology and Products,
                                    test Vehicle Fleet
                                    Christophe Chateau
                                    Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 32 10
                                    Mobile: +33 (0)6 72 83 19 66
                                    christophe.chateau@peugeot.com
 CItROën
           xavier Duchemin          Communications Manager           Brand Communication
           Marketing and            Floriane Brisabois               International Coordination
           Communication Director   Phone: +33 (0)1 58 79 73 51      Valérie Gillot
                                    Mobile: +33 (0)6 14 48 36 46     Phone: +33 (0)1 58 79 86 99
                                    floriane.brisabois@citroen.com   Mobile: +33 (0)6 83 92 92 96
                                                                     valerie.gillot@citroen.com
                                    Model Communication                                                89
                                                                     Bettina Petz




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                                    Estelle Rouvrais                 Phone: +33 (0)1 58 79 71 54
                                    Phone: +33 (0)1 58 79 80 02      Mobile: +33 (0)7 60 47 75 37
                                    Mobile: +33 (0)6 16 23 01 63     bettina.petz@citroen.com
                                    estelle.rouvrais@mpsa.com
                                                                     Sport
                                                                     Marie-Pierre Rossi
                                                                     Phone: +33 (0)1 30 84 03 07
                                                                     Mobile: +33 (0)6 76 87 02 12
                                                                     mariepierre.rossi@citroen.com




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           Carole Dupont-Pietri              Investors and analysts Relations
           Head of Financial Communication   antoine Sueur
           Director                          Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 43 54
                                             Mobile: +33 (0)6 22 27 51 08
           Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 37 60       antoine.sueur@mpsa.com
           Mobile: +33 (0)6 45 14 81 37                                           90
           carole.dupont-pietri@mpsa.com     analysts, Fixed incomes and




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                                             Rating agencies Relations
                                             Christophe Fournier
                                             Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 57 45
                                             Mobile: +33(0) 6 69 07 58 23
                                             christophe.fournier@mpsa.com

                                             Stockholder's Relations
                                             Céline Jamet
                                             Phone: +33 (0)1 40 66 48 52
                                             Mobile: +33(0)7 61 17 11 79
                                             celine.jamet@mpsa.com
 Websites

 Media Center                                      Peugeot sites                       PsA PeUGeOt CitROËN
 http://mediacenter.psa-peugeot-citroen.com/eng/   www.peugeot.com                     Corporate Communications
                                                   www.peugeot-pressepro.com           75, avenue de la Grande-Armée
 Corporate                                         www.mu.peugeot.fr                   75116 Paris - France
 www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com                                                                                                        91
                                                   Citroën sites




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                                                                                       Inside pages are printed on Cyclus Print
 On line 2010 sustainable Development              www.citroen.com                     paper, which is 100% recycled and
 and Annual Report                                 www.citroen-presse.com              deinked, process chlorine-free.
 http://ar2010.psa-peugeot-citroen.com             www.multicity.citroen.fr

 Corporate Media Library                           Foundation PsA Peugeot Citroën
 http://mediatheque.psa.fr                         www.fondation-psa-peugeot-
                                                   citroen.org/en/

                                                   PsA Peugeot Citroën Press service
                                                   twitter account
                                                   www.twitter.com/PsA_news
                                                   @PsA_news

GLOssARY AND
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                        Design: PSA Peugeot Citroën Corporate Communications
                                    Creation:
                                                   Photos:
             Cover: C. Guibbaud, Peugeot Communication, Communication China, J. Lejeune.
Vehicles: Peugeot Corporate Communication, Peugeot Scooters, Valentin, Citroën Corporate Communication,
              P. Legros, J. Lejeune, L. Nivalle, P. Sautelet, P. Curtet, J.B. Lemal, L. Villaron.
                    Contacts: P. Legros, J. Stehlin, N. Zwickel, F. Marechal, M. Moore.
                 Corporate Communications
      75, avenue de la Grande-Armée – 75116 Paris – France
      Phone: 33 (0)1 40 66 55 11 – Fax: 33 (0)1 40 66 54 14
               www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com
      http://mediacenter.psa-peugeot-citroen.com/eng
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