This is the new Traveller i-Lab Concept, Peugeot’s vision for the future business transportation.
Addressing the growing need for mobile connectivity, the Peugeot Traveller i-Lab offers new solutions to help passengers stay connected while on the move.
The cabin has four individual seats at the rear, arranged opposite one another and a huge 32-inch tablet-like touchscreen in the middle, supported by an arch pivot. This allows the screen to be moved within the cabin for personal use or alternatively, it can split its surface into four individual screens for each of the rear passengers.
Peugeot collaborated with Samsung in the development of the screen, as well as the Wi-Fi hotspot and Bluetooth modules, the charging docks and the virtual reality headsets that are featured inside.
“The PEUGEOT Traveller i-Lab makes everything so easy and streamlined,” said Alessandro Riga, PEUGEOT Traveller i-Lab Interior Designer. “The on-board technology is cutting edge transforming everyday life. The arch supporting the touch tablet embodies this versatility by fostering and encouraging exchanges between passengers while on the move”.
Other onboard systems include Peugeot’s connected navigation with 3D mapping and real-time info and safety systems like automatic road sign recognition and driver inattention monitoring devices.
“A trailblazer in emergency call systems, PEUGEOT is developing new connected services,” said Brigitte Courtehoux, Connected Vehicles and Services Director. “Connected navigation is available on the PEUGEOT Traveller from launch and is the first step towards an enhanced future”.
The new Peugeot Traveller i-Lab Concept will make its official debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.