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Peugeot’s Paris Show Prologue Hybrid Concept Previews 3008 Crossover

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Peugeot Prologue Concept 3008 CrossoverDescribed by Peugeot as a model that is ‘derived from the fusion of different worlds’, the Prologue concept is essentially the pre-production version of the French carmaker’s long awaited 3008 crossover. And by crossover Peugeot means that the Prologue concept borrows features from both SUV and minivan (MPV) vehicles. The end result is a rather weird blend that looks vaguer than a cornered politician’s speech and a far cry from the elegant and stylish propositions we’re used to seeing from Peugeot. -Continued

Other than its styling, the French automaker said that the Prologue concept car will boast a modular interior design and high-tech equipment along with a new generation hybrid powetrain that mates an internal combustion engine with an electric motor developing a total output of 200 HP. Crucially, the concept car can be powered entirely by electricity or petrol or a combination of both.

Peugeot Prologue Concept 3008 Crossover

Peugeot Prologue Concept 3008 Crossover
Peugeot Prologue Concept 3008 Crossover
Peugeot Prologue Concept 3008 Crossover
Peugeot Prologue Concept 3008 Crossover


4 Comments:

Anonymous said... »September 16, 2008

fantastic from Peugeot!! With modular seating like the citroen picasso, this car will make it big time! Well done mr Peugeot and may I say that front end is much better now!

Anonymous said... »September 17, 2008

Um, yeah and it's so pretty too. Well done. It should make a big splash with the modular seating crowd and all it, er, followers.

Aaron X said... »September 26, 2008

Peugeot is always ahead of the game these days, I like the styling cues in the rear and those taillights, and I especially like the front fascia and grill, and that big Peugeot badge.

Anonymous said... »October 02, 2008

the style is nice but it looks more like a MPV than a SUV.
"The concept borrows features from both SUV and minivan (MPV) vehicles"

Any 4wheel drive capacity announced ?

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