5 by Peugeot conceptTue, 16 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800
French automaker Peugeot is poised to showcase yet another concept car at the Geneva motor show next month. Called the '5 by Peugeot' this second show car will be displayed alongside the SR1 concept previously announced. Both are expected to showcase the company's zeal for creating design led products.
Pointing the way towards the brand's future ambitions in the large luxury vehicle segment, the '5' features simple lines blended with subtle technical detailing. Designed and built to embody both elegance and precision, the almost minimalist aesthetic appears timeless and modern, albeit conservative. According to the automaker, the exterior design 'holds the promise of exceptional interior space, convenience and comfort', but we have yet to see this for ourselves.
Measuring 4860mm long and 1880mm wide, the four-wheel drive concept is powered by Peugeot's HYbrid4 technology, which enables a power output of 200bhp whilst returning CO² emissions of 99g/km (or zero in electric mode). Be sure to check back with us once we've seen the new car in the metal.
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