Peugeot Design Contest: the grand winner

Peugeot Design Contest: the grand winner

Peugeot has annouced the winner of the 2007 Design Contest. The first prize goes to the Flux Concept by Mihai Panaitescu.


The winning project is Flux, a 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.

It was created by Mihai Panaitescu, a 20 years-old student from Rumania who lives in Italy and attends the design courses at Turin-based IED (Istituto Europeo di Design).

Peugeot Flux Concept sketches

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Peugeot Flux Concept sketches

(Source: Peugeot)

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