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Peugeot has introduced the Fractal concept which will be showcased later this month at IAA.

Being only 3.81 meters long and 1.77 meters wide, the new concept from PSA has a very compact size and also boasts a lightweight construction as it tips the scales at just 1,000 kg (2,204 lbs) and benefits from a removable roof. It sits on large 19-inch wheels and has very short front and rear overhangs of 0.52m which according to Peugeot enable the concept to be very easy to maneuver around town. The all-wheel drive Fractal concept also has adjustable air springs which can modify the vehicle's ground clearance between 7 cm and 11 cm.

It adopts an electric powertrain consisting of two 102 PS (75 kW) electric motors mounted on each axle and working together with a 30 kWh battery pack which has enough juice for a maximum range of 280 miles (450 km). This hardware setup enables a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) run in 6.8 seconds and allows the concept to cover 1,000 meters from a standstill in 28.8 seconds.

Stepping inside the cabin, more than 80% of the trim surface consists of 3D-printed parts and the concept boasts an evolution of the i-Cockpit seen for the first time on the 2010 SR1 concept. It benefits from a head-up display featuring a high-definition holographic screen along with a 45-degree polycarbonate strip that offer additional information.


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