Peugeot teases a new concept car for Beijing Motor Show debut

Peugeot has released a first teaser image of a new concept car ahead of its debut at the next Beijing International Automobile Exhibition in late April.

The new concept follows the same lineage as the Onyx Concept Car, previewing brand’s future design.

The concept is 4.73m in length and 1.31m in height, seating four passengers. The concept is a little shorter than the current Peugeot 508 and is most likely a four-door saloon not a two-door coupe as it might seem as first as the doors would be just too long then.

With a swooping roofline and a height of just 1,31mm, the concept is lower than the RCZ, which is 1,362mm tall, making it quite sporty.

We also get to see a long and low bonnet, long wheelbase, rear lip spoiler, as well as bigger alloy wheels.


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