PEUGEOT has joined a worlds of aged and new for a e-Legend judgment car, that was suggested during a home Paris Motor Show.
The French carmaker has remade its retro 504 Coupe into a entirely electric and driverless engine riddled with new-age technology.
The motorist chair is suggestive of Captain Kirk’s chair including plush timber with integrated dials and shade for simple pushing controls in unconstrained mode.
A voice-activated ‘personal assistant’ has also been combined for a driverless car, and works in 17 opposite languages.
When pushing manually, a stylish steering circle is accompanied by a pop-up dashboard.
Legend and Boost modes are also accessible when in ‘manual’ – a former for cruising and latter for a some-more energetic ride, including a 180-degree projection of a highway on-screen.
The e-Legend has a driverless option
Accelerating 0-62mph in underneath 4 seconds, a e-Legend has a tip speed of around 137mph.
The electric engine has 100kWh batteries with 800Nm torque and 340Kw energy – distributed to a four-wheel drive.
A pad also wirelessly charges a car, that is identical to that of BMW’s CarPad.
Inside, a Peugeot keeps to a retro thesis with velvet seats via and timber detailing.
The e-Legend can go 0-62mph in underneath 4 seconds
Jean-Philippe Imparato, Peugeot CEO, said: “Peugeot e-Legend judgment is not only a technological manifesto.
“This is a prophesy of a code actively focused on an confident and ultra-desirable future.
“For Peugeot, liberty and electric are synonymous with even stronger sensations.
“Boredom will never be partial of the DNA.”