Peugeot has recently announced the introduction of the Fractal concept electric car at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, releasing some official photos with the model as well. We are dealing with a small cabriolet model, best fitted for your urban needs, boasting with a lot of interesting features inside and packing an electric configuration under the hood.
As we can depict from the images, the Peugeot Fractal concept will be coming with a futuristic design, fitting the latest technologies, all compressed into the extremely lightweight architecture. The concept weighs just 1,000 kg and measures just 3.81 meters long and 1.77 meters wide.
Apart the futuristic look, the Peugeot Fractal will also come with 0.52m front and rear overhangs, adjustable air springs which modify the car`s ground clearance, removable roof and a few more.
Inside, the cabin of the Fractal concept adopts the same futuristic attitude, bringing forward new technological features, like 3D-printed parts, the i-Cockpit, head-up display with high-tech holographic screen, the 7.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen display mounted on the center console, two tweeters, two woofers, subwoofer with two mid-range speakers and so on.
Another important aspect of the car would be the power configuration under the hood. We are looking at two electric motors and a 30 kWh battery pack and an overall power of 102 horsepower. The Fractal concept can thus reach 100 km/h in 6.8 seconds, and can come with a mile range of a total of 450 km/h.
Unfortunately, the French based carmaker does not intend to launch a production series of the Fractal concept, but might be an inspiration for its upcoming small city models. Meanwhile, enjoy the six videos and the photo gallery with the lovely electric car!