So far too futuristic. Or no longer?
Peugeot has officially unveiled the Inception Concept, a concept electric sports car that will definitely not make it into production in its current form, and you’ll soon see why. The French automaker is trying to use its concept to show what a new and “improved design language” of future cars of the brand can be. Moreover, in the near future – starting from 2025.
The characteristics of the Inception Concept turned out to be quite amusing. The car will be equipped with two electric motors with a total power of 680 hp. These batteries also support 800V fast charging technology (5 minutes battery charge – 150 km run). The car’s electricity consumption itself will be quite modest: 12.5 kWh per 100 km against the standard 16 kWh per 100 km. The power reserve is confident 800 km with a traction battery capacity of 100 kWh, acceleration “to hundreds” is less than 3 seconds.
The interior of the Inception Concept looks too futuristic even for a concept. But here are some of the solutions presented in the car can be implemented in serial copies by the end of this decade. So, Peugeot assures that the technology for managing car systems called Hypersquare will definitely be implemented in the near future. Its essence is as follows: a display with touch circles is installed on the steering wheel of the car, with the help of which the driver will control various systems, including audio.
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By 2038, Peugeot aims to become fully carbon neutral, and by 2030 to reduce the emissions of its cars by 50%. Somehow, the Inception Concept embodies the vision of these ideas and desires. The French automaker also promises that by 2030 only Peugeot electric cars will be sold in Europe. We’ll see.