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While some automakers are diversifying, others are consolidating. Like Peugeot, for example, which is preparing to replace both the 407 and 607 with an all-new 508. The big sedan is set to debut in a couple of months at the biennial Paris Motor Show, but after spy shots found their way to our desks a couple of weeks ago, this first batch of official-looking images have already leaked their way out and are circulating the interwebs as you read these words. (more…)

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The stylish Peugeot RCZ was the French automaker’s PSA’s 2007 concept car and it was finally unveiled in Frankfurt 2009.

Some things are worth waiting for. Take the Peugeot RCZ, for example. French auto giant PSA has been talking about putting the RCZ into production since initially unveiling it as a concept car in this very hall back in 2007. And that day has finally arrived with the unveiling of the production-ready coupe here in Frankfurt. (more…)

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The small Peugeot BB1 Concept at Frankfurt is oddly designed:

You know what the problem with Smart cars is? Not tough enough! Regardless, meet the Peugeot BB1. Yes, it is the logical result of a one night stand between a Subaru SVX and a Peel 50. What are we talking about? We don’t even know what we’re looking at. Feel free to read a rational account of the Peugeot BB1 at your leisure. (more…)

car_photo_326182_25Get ready for another shake-up in the family hatchback market – this time from Peugeot. (more…)

phpdwvpxgpreview-smallWhat do you call a van full of eight Frenchmen? We don’t know either, but Peugeot will soon provide a vehicle that will help whisk your way toward the punchline. (more…)

The Peugeot Design Contest 20008 asked designers to create a concept car illustrating how the cities of the future entail environmental awareness, interactive mobility, social harmony, and economic efficiency.

Ying Hui Choo’s Peugeot Blade, designed for ‘pure driving enjoyment’, has a wind turbine attached to the back to charge its electric battery

From telegraph UK