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Peugeot Moovie

The Peugeot Moovie electric car shows off its unique design like few other automobiles in recent times can. This electric car was entered into the Peugeot Design Competition's third edition of the Geneva in spring of 2005, where automotive styling enthusiasts from all over world were invited for designing the Peugeot for near future. The project Moovie was born as the brainchild 23-year-old Andre Costa of Portugal who went on to win the competition thereafter.


Peugeot Moovie

At the Frankfurt Motor Show, the French automobile maker unveiled a 1:1 ratio scale model of Peugeot Moovie built in accordance with successful project. The 2-seater electronic concept car was then placed it on Peugeot's show stand directly along with the Peugeot's own designs. It was built under supervision of Style Centre of Peugeot, in accordance to normal criteria for Motor Show Vehicles

Nearly three months of hard work saw the progression of Costa's computer models and drawings to the final model that was later exhibited at Frankfurt Motor Show. As with any concept car it had to undergo several changes before the final design could incorporate the elements of practicality, safety and cost. The different development stages in the making of the Peugeot Moovie included modeling, molding, milling, bodywork and finishing.

The design of the Peugeot Moovie was radical in nature. The near spherical plexiglass bodied car completely forgets all car standards and conventions gives it a more natural touch making it new and innovative The Peugeot Moovie was known for its agility and its environmental friendliness that was its chief concern. One of its most significant features is that the two large front wheels can rotate at different speeds enabling it to swivel 360-degrees.

To enhance the stability of the Peugeot Moovie, the wheels make an angle of about 10-degrees closing on the top. Also there are two big round dual function doors that slide along the front side of the car for space maximization in narrow situations so as to make the exit far easier. Thus, swivel doors make accessing the two seat interior easier. The Peugeot Moovie's large wheel dimensions reduce the energy consumption required to drive the motor. The two spheres located at the front enable easy driving through restricted spaces.

A high level of brightness is ensured in passenger compartment by plunging front windscreen with carbonate furnished surface area. A two-tone fascia panel is mounted on a curved central pillar, with its smooth lines. The Peugeot Moovie is free from rough edges, and houses the instrument panel, which consists of two counters that are tonneau-shaped and a steering wheel. An on-board seat belt is incorporated by the two one-piece seats.

One of the cool features include doors that form an integral part of the wheels and the U that traditionally frames the lion on the grille of Peugeots and that gives shape to the cabin and links the windscreen to the rear window. Parallel parking is also a cakewalk for the Peugeot Moovie. Driven by radical imagination and creativity the Peugeot Moovie is one of the cars to test drive if one ever has a chance.