While the Peugeot Inception concept, which was introduced at the CES Consumer Electronics Fair held in Las Vegas, stands out with its design and extraordinary features, some of its innovations will start to work in Peugeot models that will enter mass production as of 2025.
Peugeot plans to introduce 5 new all-electric models to the market in the next 2 years. It is also aimed that the Peugeot car models that will be sold in Europe by 2030 will be electric.
The Inception concept carries the design language that Peugeot will display in the models it will produce from 2025. The headlight design, single-piece front panel and taillights of this concept with its sharp lines make it look sporty, while the roof section draws attention. The one-piece glass of the extraordinary concept, starting from the A-pillars (windshield) and extending to the ceiling, has an area of 7.25 m2. The 20-inch wheels also offer a very assertive look.
In the Tech Bar feature, the message is transmitted when the driver and passengers approach the concept and move away from the vehicle. The artificial intelligence feature will also be able to recognize the driver and passenger. In this way, seat posture, vehicle temperature, driving modes and multimedia options will be automatically adjusted by artificial intelligence.
The indicators in the developed i-Cockpit feature and circular indicators on the rectangular steering wheel draw attention. In addition, the seats are covered with a very special velor made entirely of recycled polyester. Again, recycled materials come to the fore in the interior.
The Nception concept has a battery with a capacity of 100 kWh and it is stated that this vehicle offers a range of 800 km. This concept gains a range of 150 km with a 5-minute charge. The electric motors operating electrically on the front and rear axles produce a total of 680 HP power, and it is stated that the 0-100 km/h acceleration of this vehicle is completed in less than 3 seconds.