Peugeot Flux

Peugeot Flux

The Flux concept is a fun-to-drive compact sporty roadster with an hydrogen powerplant and plastic body panels. The exterior design is based on flowing surfaces with transitions between hard and smooth lines.


Peugeot Flux Concept by Mihai Panaitescu (Italy)

Peugeot Flux ConceptThe Flux is a compact vehicle (3500 mm long, 1650 mm wide) created to be fun to drive and to please its occupants, thanks to the open cockpit, the dynamic character and the integrated X-Box console.

The name Flux was inspired by the continuous change and flow of our daily lives during work and play.
The shape also represents this flow with transitions between hard and smooth lines, straight and curved all of which are typical Peugeot’s styling cues.

The hood and side body panels are made from plastics; seats are in polyurethane and the mechanical parts are made of aluminium.
The main components such as the chassis and head protection are metal.

Flux runs on a slim hydrogen powerplant hidden in the back; the tank is mounted under the front bonnet.

Peugeot Flux - Interior Design Peugeot Flux - Panel

Thanks to the simple body shape (basic intersected volumes) the Flux can be easily produced and affordable.

(Source: Peugeot Design Contest)

Image Gallery

Related Stories

Peugeot N Jooy

Peugeot N Jooy

Peugeot N Jooy is a single-seater original sportscar with omnidirectional spherical tires and an organic design with soft lines and vivid colors.
Chris Bangle

Chris Bangle’s REDS brings a new visual language to car design

Developed by Chris Bangle Associates for CHTC (China Hi-Tech Group Corporation), REDS is a concept that introduces a new generation of EVs designed for megacities.
CES 2018: Mercedes-Benz unveils MBUX AI system

CES 2018: Mercedes-Benz unveils MBUX AI system

At CES 2018 Mercedes-Benz has revealed the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) multimedia system, that will make its debut on the new A-Class later this year.

Comments

Leave a Comment

Newsletter

Get all the updates with our weekly newsletter!

Find a Car


Scroll To Top
Scroll To Bottom