2016 Paris Motor Show event brings many excitements including Peugeot Fractal concept that had been revealed back in 2015 during Frankfurt Motor Show event. This concept makes a real nice thing to re-visit. There is not much change to be reported, and it stays with the original concept. If you miss the update on last year debut, the following details should fill you up.
Peugeot Fractal Specifications
Features, Exterior, and Interior
As we can guess, this Peugeot Fractal concept still has its futuristic yet funky appearance. It appears with dual tone styling by featuring pearl white finish and black accent on its front grille and bumper, wheels, lower side skirt, full rear end, and the roof. It looks chunkier than other cars in its segment.
Even it looks big, this car has the compact dimension with 3.81 meters of length and 1.77 m of width. This car rides on 19-inch Tall&Narrow wheels with super stylish black in glossy black finish. The interior is also finished nicely with i-Cockpit design; 3D printed parts that are used on its’ 80% of total surface trimming, and the innovative 9.1.2 sound system.
In addition to the excellent appearance, this Peugeot Fractal car offers the most interesting variable ground clearance. It literally adapts to different terrain types like 2.7 inch of clearance on the highway and 4.3 inches of clearance in city drive.
There is a LED stripe at the rear end. It shows the status of battery charging, and it can be monitored through the equalizer-type monitor. It also acts as taillights. At the front end, this car also gets the light signature with scrolling indicators. It is available in coupe and cabriolet.
Powertrain, Electric Range
This Peugeot Fractal concept is an EV model. This car is powered by electric motors located in rear and front axles backed up by 30 kWh of the lithium-ion battery pack. The battery pack is placed in the tunnel. In combination, these electric motors generate 201 hp of power output.
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This engine is reported to reach 280 miles range with 6.8 seconds of acceleration rate from 0 to 62 mph. Its driving configuration is, as can be guessed, all-wheel drive configuration.
Peugeot Fractal Price and Release Date
This model is still merely a concept. Peugeot hasn’t confirmed if this car should make it into production level, so it has no pricing number or release date so far. Only if Peugeot confirms that it is going to the production level that we will receive these details.
This car should make the potential concept for real production car. It is too bad that Peugeot hasn’t said anything about it. This Peugeot Fractal concept can win favor in the segment because electric powertrain is in high demand now.
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