The Peugeot Instinct concept has been leaked ahead of its official unveiling at the 2017 Geneva motor show next month. A single image of the French concept has been published on the official website of the Geneva motor show.
Details about the vehicle are scarce at the moment, except that for the fact that it will the show-stopper at Peugeot’s stand. The Instinct appears to be a five-door shooting brake with impossibly wide rear haunches and impossibly long DRL strips.
Up front, it features a rendition of the Peugeot grille that we’ve never seen before, with some fine, body colored slats. Talking about the body colour, the Peugeot Instinct is finished in some sort of an electric blue that compliment the chrome licked wheels well.
There’s no word about the drive-train specifics, but the Peugeot Instinct will be presumably feature either electric or hybrid propulsion. At the Geneva motor show, the Instinct will debut alongside the new Partner Tepee Electric van.
The Tepee Electric van will come with its own electric motor that produces 49kW of power and 200Nm of torque. Hooked up to two lithium-ion battery packs with a total of 22.5kWh of capacity, the Partner Tepee Electric is said to have a driving range of 170km.