Peugeot teases Fractal concept for Frankfurt
The Fractal is billed as an Urban Electric Coupé, but appears to adopt a removable roof of some sort to give it an open-air cabriolet form. Its design has a futuristic theme punctuated by the two-tone treatment that has become the brand's signature – this time with white up front and black in the rear. The concept incorporates an innovative approach to exterior lighting, suicide doors, and an open interior with copper trim.
The design theme inside and out was adopted from high-end audio systems, and that includes a focus on its own sound signature. Peugeot brought in celebrated electronic music producer Amon Tobin to consult on the project, and fitted the Fractal with a Focal audio system with "subpac" speakers in the seats that channel sound directly into the occupants' bodies. We'll have to wait for more info, but for now, the eight teaser clips released give us a pretty good idea of what to expect.
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