Peugeot has made the public debut of the new Fractal Concept during the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The newest model to be signed by Peugeot is called the Fractal Concept and it has been shown during the German automotive event. The one-off vehicle is now making its public debut after being officially unveiled a few weeks back, over the web. The Fractal stands at 3.81 meters in length, 1.77 meters in width and it is weighing in at 1,000 kg.
The Peugeot Fractal Concept is also bringing the adjustable air springs, which can modify the ride height by between 7 cm and 11 cm, along with a set of 19-inch wheels and a cabin which is said to have more than 80 percent of the trim surface made from 3D printed parts. The interior has been inspired from the SR1 Concept and it is bringing the 45 degree polycarbonate strip, a head-up display with an HD holographic screen and others.
The cabin of the one-off vehicle is also bringing the 9.1.2 sound system, with two tweeters, two woofers and a subwoofer at the front, along with two tweeters, a woofer and two mid-range speakers at the rear. There are two electric motors on the car, mounted on each axle, producing 102 HP (75 kW), which are taking their juice from a 30 kWh battery pack. From 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) this needs 6.8 seconds and it can cover 1,000 meters from a standstill in 28.8 seconds. The maximum range stands at 450 km (280 miles).