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  Peugeot Fractal Concept
 

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Country of origin:France
Produced in:2015
Introduced at:2015 IAA
Source:Company press release
Last updated:September 03, 2015
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Click here to download printer friendly versionFractal is an electric urban coupé revealing a prospective design for the Peugeot i Cockpit that explores the sense of hearing in addition to sight and touch. It makes driving even more instinctive, creating an unparalleled on-board experience.

The StelLab is a PSA Peugeot Citroën research unit that has designed an innovative '9.1.2' sound system combining a high-quality set-up that features tactile bass systems built into the back of each seat to make driving all the more instinctive, enriching information through the use of acoustics. This additional Peugeot i-Cockpit feature is characterised by the 'spatialisation' and 'dynamisation' of sound.

Peugeot Fractal has an interior and exterior identity developed for the first time in partnership with sound designer Amon Tobin. In the city, the car is in sync with its environment.

The head-up display features a high-definition holographic screen and a 45-degree polycarbonate strip that delivers additional information and creates an impression of depth. This allows the driver to customise the way information is shown.

Fractal is an ideas incubator that explores new design and manufacturing processes. 3D-printed parts represent more than 80% of the interior trim surface. The anechoic materials were made through generative design - an incremental, stochastic process used to achieve the perfect component.

The 30kW/h lithium-ion battery powers the electric motors on the front and rear axles to provide a total output of 150kW/204hp and combined-cycle autonomy of up to 450km.

Variable ground clearance allows the vehicle to adapt to different types of terrain. The 7cm clearance for motorway driving improves aerodynamics to range and boost battery life. This can be increased to 11cm in urban environments, allowing the car to take speed humps and car park entrances in its stride.

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