Peugeot has released the first official images and details with the brand new Fractal Concept, a one-off vehicle which will debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, later on this month.
The brand new Peugeot Fractal Concept stands at 3.81 meters in length and 1.77 meters in width, weighing in just 1,000 kg and riding on 19-inch wheels. The one-off model is also coming with adjustable air springs which can modify its ground clearance by between 7 and 11 cm. The cabin of the car has more than 80 percent of the trim surface consisting of 3D-printed parts. The model has an interior design inspired from the SR1 Concept and it is getting an HD holographic screen on the head-up display, 45 degree polycarbonate strip offering additional info and so on.
There is also a 7.7-inch AMOLED touch screen display for the infotainment system, working together with a 9.1.2 sound system, with two woofers, two tweeters and a subwoofer at the front, along with a woofer, two tweeters and two mid-range speakers at the back. The Peugeot Fractal Concept has an electric power train which is made out of two electric motors, producing 102 HP (75k W), mounted on each axle. These are taking their juice from the 30 kWh battery pack and the one-off car can reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 6.8 seconds, covering 1,000 meters from a standstill in 28.8 seconds. The maximum range stands at 450 km (280 miles). Additional details on the Fractal Concept are limited at this point and will be announced at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.