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Peugeot RD : 2008

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The Peugeot RD by 25 years old Columbian Carlos Arturo Torres Tovar wins 1st prize at The 5th Annual Peugeot Design Competition.


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The Peugeot RD concept, which functions mainly through an ingenious articulation process, has impeccable road-holding properties, as well as the ability to thread its way easily through urban traffic.

Fitted with an environmentally-friendly electric engine, this single-seater concept car has a driving position that gives a new feeling of freedom with its panoramic view, vocal driving assistance and a head-up display system that gives all the information needed for safe journeys.

This concept combines the sensations of a 3-wheel scooter with the driving pleasure of a saloon, while retaining the functionalities vital to the combination of these two transport modes… with the addition of silence.

Accessible, tough, and extremely simple, the Peugeot RD concept is perfectly adapted to the environment of the future megalopolis with complex mobility constraints.

(source: Peugeot)


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coilover2904 days ago

That's one hot design. Although if that will materialize, wouldn't you have problem on the stability of your vehicle. Problem on suspension, perhaps. Would you still need a coilover shock?

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