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Geneva 2010: Peugeot SR1 Concept excites our inner Francophile

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Filed under: Concept Cars, Convertible, Hybrid, Geneva Motor Show, Europe, Peugeot, Diesel

Peugeot SR1 Concept - click above for high-res image gallery

When we first saw the Peugeot SR1 Concept, we were less than impressed. Why? The press photos just didn't do the car any justice. But here in person at the Geneva Motor Show, the SR1 Concept has us drooling. First of all, the proportions are spectacular. Long hood, short deck, wide, low - just a great, potent stance coupled to classic proportions. Also, this here Peugeot is one of the rare convertibles that looks just as good top on or off.

There's a boat load of fancy tech that comes with this concept car (all of which you can read about here). The long story told short is the SR1 Concept is a turbo-diesel hybrid that makes 313 total horsepower and gets 48 miles per gallon. It also has a four-wheel-drive, through-the-road HYbrid4 tech, The plastic roof uses sailboat technology and the instruments are displayed via crystal tubes. But as most of the SR1 Concept's bells and whistles won't ever see production, we'll just go ahead and enjoy this stunning show car for what it is: beautiful.

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Seems like Peugeot is trying hard to make there cars look desirable. This one certainly is. I'm impressed that it's proportions are so nice. They look RWD but its a FWD car.

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