Peugeot has unveiled a new concept car ahead of the Geneva International Motor Show, the Peugeot Instinct Concept.
The new Peugeot Instinct Concept is designed to be a fully autonomous vehicle and it is powered by a PHEV power train that delivers 300 PS.
PEUGEOT INSTINCT showcases optimal levels of seating adjustment, taking inspiration from aeronautic design. The seat base, seat back and headrest are all treated individually, allowing the occupant to select the position most suited to them – horizontal if they want to rest, upright to drive, or in-between to watch a film or work. Passengers can also all communicate with the vehicle via a chatbot, a speech-driven personal assistant offering a vast array of services, including booking cinema tickets or buying online.
Matthias Hossann, Head of PEUGEOT Concept cars said: “With the PEUGEOT INSTINCT Concept and its Responsive i-Cockpit, we are building on the factors that have made the brand’s latest models so successful. We are creating new forms of driving pleasure. These may come from the interfaces, the architecture or the styling. There is no reason why a self-driving car should be dull to look at or to experience.”
You can find out more details about the new Peugeot Instinct Concept over at Peugeot at the link below.