Peugeot Will Unveil A New Concept Car As A World First At The Beijing International Automobile Exhibition


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BEIJING – Jan 28, 2014: With a length of 4.73m and a height of 1.31m, this concept offers athletic and refined styling for four passengers and their luggage. Special craftsmanship with original materials forms part of the PEUGEOT Style approach, first used on the Onyx Concept, and which becomes a direction for the Brand’s future vehicles.

As part of the opening evening for the International Automobile Festival, Tribute to Sensations in Paris, an original and ephemeral installation will reveal the shapes of this concept. Then from 29 January to 2 February, at the foot of the Dme des Invalides, the public will be able to re-discover the PEUGEOT Onyx, 308 R Concept, the 208 T16 Pikes Peak as well as a 908 HDi with particulate filter.

The International Automobile Festival is staged at the Dme des Invalides, Paris, from 29 January to 2 February 2014.

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