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autoviva2015-09-01 16:23:46

Fractal shows new interior design from Peugeot

The concept will be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show

Fractal serves as a wrapper to the second generation of the interior design of the Peugeot i-Cockpit
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announced the unveiling of the new FractalFractalPeugeot FractalFrance, 2015 > 2015 concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show which takes place in September. The vehicle serves as a wrapper to the second generation of the interior design of the Peugeot i-Cockpit.
Fractal has a minimalist cabin design equipped with a small steering wheel that includes touchpads that let you control much of the functionality of the infotainment system. In addition, the vehicle also has a HUD screen of 7.7 inches and a digital instrument panel with 12.3 inches that can be customized by the driver.
Peugeot concerns in a statement that 80% of the Fractal cabin design was conceived with 3D printed components. The inspiration came from the materials and surfaces used in auditoriums and recording studios, explains the French brand. One of the highlights of the Fractal booth goes to the new generation audio system that can create an illusion of direction of sound, while giving navigation instructions. The concept seats include a "tactile" system that emit the bass sounds.
At the heart of the Peugeot Fractal is an electric system consisting of two 102hp engines, each mounted on one of the axes. Together they make a combined power of 204hp. The French brand states that the two-door and four-seater coupé has a range of 450km thanks to 40kWh ion-lithium battery. At just 1000kg of weight the Fractal can reach 100km/h in 6.8 seconds.
Other Fractal technological highlights goes to the vehicle's ability to change ground clearance, which can be 11cm in the city and 7cm for highways, to improve aerodynamics and save battery.
Integrated in the eVADER project, Peugeot included on the Fractal its own sound that warns pedestrians and cyclists that the vehicle is approaching. This sound is an answer to new European regulations that will require all electric vehicles to emit a sound starting in 2019.




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