Peugeot has revealed an autonomous Instinct concept ahead of the Geneva Motor Show.
The Peugeot Instinct Concept will produce 300 bhp from a PHEV powertrain. The exterior has been sculpted for maximum fuel efficiency but to also to be a looker. There’s also cameras in each LED headlamp which enable the car to scan the road ahead to help the onboard driving assistance systems.
The car will have both ‘Drive’ and ‘Autonomous’ modes which themselves have different settings such as ‘Drive Relax’ and ‘Autonomous Sharp’.
On board technology includes Samsung Artik Cloud which syncs with the driver’s phone or smart watch. This means that for instance, the car will configure its settings to ‘Autonomous Soft’ mode to provide a relaxing ride home after a trip to the gym.
Inside the Peugeot Instinct comes with Peugeot’s i-Cockpit and the compact steering wheel and toggle switch panel are able to fold into the dashboard along with the the accelerator pedal to maximise space.
Peugeot Instinct will come with a high level of seating adjustment including horizontal if needed. Passengers are able to communicate via a chatbot, a personal assistant which can arrange a range of services including booking cinema tickets.
The Peugeot Instinct Concept is currently on display at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona and will be shown at Geneva Motor Show.