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In electric mode, the trike can travel 30 kilometres (18 miles) at 50km/h (30 m/h), or 500 kilometres (310miles) when using both fuel and electricity. Consuming only 2 L/100 km (117.6mpg).
The combination of its 400cc engine and electric motor, offers up 60 horsepower and can can reach a top speed of 150km/h (93 miles) per hour.
It also offers two driving positions: the Sport, that puts the rider in a naturally aerodynamic position and the Urban.
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PEUGEOT AT THE PARIS MOTOR SHOW INSPIRATION, INTERNATIONALISATION, RANGE ENHANCEMENT
Peugeot will reveal many concepts and new products at the Paris Motor Show
New product features and stylish designs are moving the Brand upmarket
Efficiency of engines and transmissions delivers low CO2 performance
The Paris Motor Show is a key forum for the world’s automotive industry
Inspiration: Onyx Concept and Peugeot Design Lab
Exacting standards with emotion and appeal and the great tradition of the Marque’s supercars, the stunning Onyx Concept Car will not fail to grab the attention and imagination of visitors to the Peugeot stand.
Under its radical and sculpted silhouette of 4.65m, seated on 20″ wheels, the Onyx, clothed in a carbon fibre shell, conceals at its heart a V8 hybrid HDi 3.7-litre 600bhp engine in a rear central position. Its suspension and six-speed sequential gearbox are the result of the exacting standards and expertise of competition at the highest level.
The bodywork stands out with the contrast of its materials and colours: pure copper for the wings and doors, and matt black carbon fibre for the other body panels.
Framed by the aluminium arches, the ‘double-bubble’ glass roof reveals the carbon structure and an innovative passenger compartment; a pod formed from a taut piece of felt so the occupants become one with a uniform part.
With the Onyx Concept, Peugeot continues its experimentation with materials: this is the case with the Newspaper Wood, produced from compressed used newspapers, from which the dashboard and centre console are made.
Next to the Onyx, the Onyx Concept Bike, an ultra-light superbike with a carbon fibre shell designed by the Peugeot Design Lab, and the Onyx Concept Scooter, a three-wheeled 400cm3 hybrid supertrike, serve as a reminder of Peugeot’s historic expertise in the various modes of personal transport.
Rich with expertise resulting from more than 200 years of industrial creation and 120 years of motor vehicle creation, Peugeot presents at the Motor Show the first achievements of the Peugeot Design Lab, launched last June.
Peugeot Design Lab is a Global Brand Design studio the purpose of which is to develop strong and coherent brand strategies specifically to reinforce the identity, values and codes of external customers. Its main assignment is the design of non-automotive products, services and experiences.
The Peugeot Design Lab plays a part in several areas: brand imaging, creation, development, production and communications. The considerable expertise and technical resources of the Peugeot Design Centre give the Peugeot Design Lab unprecedented access to design trends over three continents, in Paris, Shanghai and Sao Paolo.