Peugeot, French car manufacturer has unveiled their latest Peugeot Fractal concept which will make its debut at Frankfurt motor show later this month. Described as an electric urban coupé, the concept car is a two-door, four seat vehicle powered by two 102 PS (75 kW) electric motors mounted on each axle. It boasts a sleek, compact and a lightweight design. Well, major focus is given to improve the in-car audio and reduce road noise. Equipped with updated version of Peugeot’s i-Cockpit interior design, the concept will feature more than 80% of the interiors crafted from 3D-printed components.
The specially designed cutting-edge interior ensures to provide an enriched driving experience to the driver along with some safety features. Thus, all the unwanted noise is cancelled out and unaltered and crispy sound is delivered through the Focal stereo. Advanced technology like the smartwatch keyless entry and next generation navigation system will make driving experience more safe and comfortable.
The cabin features a small steering wheel with raised dials and a 7.7in holographic head-up display along with a customizable 12.3in digital instrument cluster. Measuring 3.81 meters long and 1.77 meters wide, the Peugeot Fractal concept car comes with a removable roof and weighs just 1000kg.
The PSA concept sits on large 19-inch wheels and has adjustable air springs which transform its ground clearance between 7 cm and 11 cm for conserving battery life and improve aerodynamics. The electric vehicle can go from 0-100 km/h in 6.8 seconds and has a maximum range of 280 miles. The Peugeot Fractal concept car will make its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2015 later this month.