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1988 The Forgotten Mid-Engined Peugeot Oxia Concept From 1988 Was a Car Well Ahead of its Time

1988 The Forgotten Mid-Engined Peugeot Oxia Concept From 1988 Was a Car Well Ahead of its Time

Had the French Automaker made a production version of the Oxia, it would have been the fastest car in the world, until the McLaren F1 came along

The Peugeot Oxia is a high-performance supercar concept that the French Automaker conceived back in the late 80s. It pays homage to the company’s past and certainly was a technological revelation well ahead of its time. It was a supercar that would have gone up against cars like the Ferrari F40 and Porsche 959 had it actually gone into production.

To put that into perspective, the hi-tech Oxia had north of 600 horsepower, along with four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering. These specs might seem normal now, but back in the ’80s, they were unheard of. Let’s dwell a little deeper to find out just what the Oxia was all about.

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2019 Peugeot 508 Sport Engineering Concept

2019 Peugeot 508 Sport Engineering Concept

The Geneva-bound Peugeot 508 Sport Engineering Concept Hits 62 mph in 4.2 Seconds

Peugeot will bring a high performance electrified version of the 508 sedan to the 2019 Geneva motor show, although, sadly, like other previous bonkers fast electrified Peugeot concepts, it probably won’t see the production line. And, that’s a pity, because the 508 looks like it goes much faster than it actually does and this injection of extra go is just what it needs.

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2018 Peugeot e-Legend Concept

2018 Peugeot e-Legend Concept

A modern take on classic design and ingenuity

Peugeot is merging past and future with its stunning e-Legend Concept, set to be revealed to the public at the 2018 Paris motor show in early October. The all-electric design study is a retro-futuristic ode to the late 1960s 504 coupe, and it does a great job of reimagining it with modern cues.

The e-Legend isn’t just a pretty face, showcasing autonomous driving tech, a strong electric powertrain, and a gigantic 49-inch infotainment screen. Peugeot says that one-charge range is 372 miles, according to the new measurement protocol and it offers four driving modes, of which only two grant the driver control.

Technological manifesto is how Peugeot refers to the e-Legend and it previews a near future when you will let your sporty retro-inspired electric car do most of the driving on the boring bits of motorway and in stop-start traffic, as you sit comfortably reclined in your seat, then take control as you near your destination if it’s at the last leg of the journey is a twisty driving road.

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Peugeot and Beneteau have a Boat Concept and we Want It!

Peugeot and Beneteau have a Boat Concept and we Want It!

It’s unlikely to make it past the concept phase, but we can still dream, right?

Automakers have a history of venturing into the open seas on occasion. Aston Martin is known for this. Over the years, we’ve even seen the likes of Bentley, Abarth, and a host of others dip their toes in the boat industry. Now it looks like Peugeot is trying to get a slice of that pie with a new creation called the Sea Drive Concept. Yes, it’s a boat. Sadly, it’s a concept.

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2017 Peugeot L750 R HYbrid Vision Gran Turismo

2017 Peugeot L750 R HYbrid Vision Gran Turismo

One of the most extreme cars in Gran Turismo Sport!

In 2013, Mercedes-Benz launched the AMG Vision Gran Turismo, a retro-inspired supercar developed for the launch of the Gran Turismo 6 video game. It was the first Vision GT car ever made and started a big thing that saw all major automakers bring their own concepts into the game. In all, no fewer than 21 Vision cars were unveiled for the Gran Turismo 6 until 2016. These came from 16 different carmakers, including BMW, Volkswagen, Aston Martin, Chevrolet, Mazda, Lexus, and SRT. Come 2017, and we’ve already seen five concepts unleashed for the new Gran Turismo Sport game, the latest of which is the Peugeot L750 R Hybrid.

The second Vision Gran Turismo concept coming from Peugeot, the L750 R HYbrid is actually an evolution of the L500 R HYbrid that saw the light of the Gran Turismo day in 2016. The new concept car has a more aggressive exterior with upgraded aerodynamics, as well as a more powerful hybrid drivetrain. The L750 R HYbrid is available for all 17 locations and many tracks in the Gran Turismo Sport video game and can be customized in any color. You can also enter the car in a 24-hour race on Twitter if you’re into getting retweets for each lap driven.

Continue reading to learn more about the Peugeot L750 R HYbrid Vision Gran Turismo.

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