Peugeot Flux

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Peugeot Flux
Peugeot Flux 1.jpg
Overview
Manufacturer Peugeot
Production none planned
Body and chassis
Class Concept, Crossover

The Peugeot Flux is a concept car from Peugeot that won the 2007 Peugeot International Design Competition. It is intended to be a sports car, but is flexible enough to be used for light off-roading. It was designed by Mihai Panaitescu, a 20-year-old Romanian. The Flux was first unveiled at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. The vehicle is powered by hydrogen and is constructed of plastic body panels, polyurethane seats, and an aluminum chassis.

The Flux is also featured as downloadable content for Project Gotham Racing 4, where it can be noticed that in the right hand side of the car's dashboard, there is an Xbox 360 console.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Concept Cars: Peugeot Flux. Diseno-art.com.
  2. ^ Martin Robinson (8 February 2008). "Project Gotham Racing 4 Download Splash", IGN.