Concept Cars

Peugeot BB1 concept car

Concept Cars

As a unique item, a concept car is not subject to the same economical or technical constraints as a production model. Its development, which is much quicker, generally requires 12 months from the initial brief to the presentation of the completed vehicle. Objective: to be ready for the motorshow where the vehicle will be unveiled. The idea of a concept car originates from a product strategy or styling strategy of a brand. It can also come from the proposals of designers invited to work on a particular subject or to make a particular designer's unique idea a reality. Over the years Peugeot has produced a number of stunning concept cars that have wowed audiences at the world's biggest motorshows.



Peugeot SXC Concept Car

Peugeot SXC

Athletic, powerful, elegant, the "SXC", a concept car from the Peugeot Style Studios of the China Tech Centre in Shanghai, explores the world of an exclusive and modern crossover.




Peugeot HR1 Concept Car

Peugeot HR1

With the HR1, Peugeot once again creates another new type of automobile. The HR1 is an exclusive and innovative urban concept car that blends together a number of genres (city run-around, coupé, SUV …). It is targeted at active young city dwellers smitten with design and innovation that are in search of a vehicle that matches their profile.




Peugeot EX1 Concept Car

Peugeot EX1

100% electric Peugeot’s latest concept car, the EX1, is a visually striking two-seater roadster with a futuristic styling and an original architecture, designed to offer intense driving sensations as a celebration of the Marque’s 200th anniversary.




New Peugeot SR1 concept

Peugeot SR1

With this new SR1 concept car, Peugeot combines emotion with the pursuit of perfection. It embodies the new world of Peugeot, reflected by the new Lion badge which adorns its body and reveals the stylistic design trends for its future models.




Peugeot BB1 Concept Car

Peugeot BB1

100% electric, the BB1 is a revolutionary model that is set to rewrite the rules on city cars.