Text: Martin Aguilar / Photos: Peugeot | posted September 02, 2015 16:35
Peugeot Fractal features 3-D printed designs and two electric motors
Peugeot has revealed the Fractal concept ahead of its debut at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show.
From the looks of it, the concept features a two-tone exterior paint and it is fitted with sharp-looking headlights as well as an aggressive front bumper and a vented hood.
The rear of the Fractal concept comes with a long strip that integrates the blacked-out taillights. It also has a large bumper, prominent wheel arches and a removable roof. The Fractal concept is finished off with 19-inch wheels.
In terms of dimensions, the Fractal concept measures 3810mm long and 1770mm wide.
Peugeot says more than 80-percent of the Fractal's interior has been created using 3D-printed components. The design was inspired by the materials used in auditoriums and recording studios to eliminate road noise. The cabin features a steering wheel with integrated touchpads, a 7.7-inch holographic head-up display and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.
The Fractal concept is powered by two 103 PS electric motors, one located on each axle with a combined output of 206 PS. Peugeot claims the Fractal concept has a range of up to 451 km.
It will be displayed at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show alongside the 308 Racing Cup on September 15.