Peugeot Inception Marks the Start of the Next Generation of Peugeots
At CES, Peugeot showcased its newest concept vehicle, the Peugeot Inception. The Inception is not just a futuristic automobile, but it also has a vintage vibe about it, like a car from the future that a kid may envision. Peugeot has indicated that this concept car would serve as inspiration for all future Peugeot automobiles, including tiny models, beginning in 2025. The business isn’t stating that every Peugeot vehicle starting in 2025 would look like the Inception, but it will undoubtedly borrow design cues from it.
The Inception is an all-electric car with a range of up to 497 miles and a time of less than 3 seconds from 0 to 62 mph. It also has all-wheel drive. The steer-by-wire Hypersquare control technology, which substitutes the conventional steering wheel, distinguishes the Inception from other electric cars. Peugeot promises that this new technology would make driving more intuitive and safer, similar to a video game but in real life. The Hypersquare has digital electric controls and a screen with circular cells in each of its four corners that serve a variety of tasks, including a natural grip, fingertip driving comfort, and thumb activation of the vehicle’s controls. This is comparable to how we use our iPhones, making the Hypersquare very user-friendly and secure.