Peugeot SXC Crossover Concept Revealed

The Chinese market has a huge potential and is a high priority for most automakers, including Peugeot. Next week in Shanghai, the French automaker will unveil a SXC Crossover Concept at the Shanghai Motor Show, that is designed at Peugeot’s China Tech Center in Shanghai.

The SXC has a length of 4.870 m, a height of 1.610 m and a width of 2.035 m. That makes it lower and shorter than for example BMW’s X5 or X6, but also wider.

Motivation for the SXC Concept comes from the HYbrid4 system, that combines a 218bhp 1.6 litre turbodiesel on the front and a 95bhp electric motor at the back for a total output of 313bhp.

More details in the press release below.

PRESS RELEASE (click to expand)


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