Peugeot’s latest midsize light shuttle vehicle was at Geneva, and so was its businessmen conveying counterpart, the i-Lab Concept.
The Traveller is the product of a joint venture between Peugeot, Citroen and Toyota, but unlike the other two companies, Peugeot is decided to offer a touch of exclusivity for its own model.
On the outside, nothing separates them (except maybe the tinted windows), but step into the i-Lab concept and you’re greeted by a high-tech lounge, composed of four comfy-looking leather and Alcantara seats, with a 32-inch touch tablet in the middle that can be positioned as preferred on the arch supporting it. Peugeot collaborated with Samsung in the development of the interior, as the screen, the Wi-Fi hotspot, the Bluetooth modules, the charging docks and the virtual reality headsets featured inside are made by the Korean company.
The van also comes with a 17-loudspeaker hi-fi acoustic system, supplied by three amplifiers and controlled by a Digital Signal Processor. But the tech doesn’t stop there, because the 4.96 m long and 1.90 high Pug benefits from other onboard systems such as connected navigation with 3D mapping and real-time info and safety systems, and driver inattention monitoring devices.