The Peugeot EX1 Electric Concept Vehicle At The Goodwood Festival of Speed

Peugeot EX1 Concept Car
Peugeot EX1 Concept Car

At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Peugeot will demonstrate an advanced electric vehicle concept, the EX1, on the 1.16 mile hill climb, driven by Stephane Caillet.

The Peugeot EX1 is powered by two electric motors driving each axle and has a combined output of 340bhp, with 1680Nm of torque at the wheels, allowing a 0-62mph time of 3.49 seconds.

Also on show will be Peugeot's new and future projects, including the petrol-hybrid HR1, a Compact MPV concept car. The HR1 will join the new Peugeot 308CC and RCZ Sports Coupe, in the form of the limited edition Asphalt LE model, featuring exclusive Matt exterior Telluric grey paint with black roof, bespoke "Asphalt" branding and attractive 19" Solstice black alloy wheels. The new Peugeot 508, which launched in the UK in April, will be on show in b,oth saloon and SW variants.

The Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4, the world's first diesel/electric car, combines a diesel HDi 163bhp engine for the front and a 37bhp electric motor for driving the rear wheels provides a potential 200bhp four wheel drive set up, able to achieve 74mpg and emissions of 99g/km.

Peugeot Managing director, Jon Goodman comments: "At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Peugeot’s heritage and future strengths are on display. Peugeot is a brand that is at the beginning of its third centenary of producing products of considerable innovation, endurance and style."

Published : 27/06/11 Author : Staff

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