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Paris Preshow: Peugeot HR1 Small Crossover Concept

Peugeot has lifted the covers off a second concept model on the eve of the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Billed as an urban crossover, the HR1 study is said to blend together a number of elements from various categories including city cars, coupes and SUVs, and is designed to appeal to young people with active lifestyles.

The HR1 is especially compact in dimensions measuring simply 3,670 mm in length, or close to three hundred mm shorter than the Ford Fiesta hatch. The exterior design includes all of the genes of Peugeot's new styling language which includes the "floating" the front grille and "chiseled" headlamps which have been first visible at the SR1 Concept automobile.

It additionally receives raised sections above the rear windscreen, paying homage to the "double bubble" roof layout of the RCZ Coup? And a pair of electrical "scissor" doorways.

The HR1's interior capabilities a miles more futuristic layout with the motive force and passenger cubicles separated by way of an elevated centre console.

There are also character seats at the lower back that can be folded down flat and stowed in the back of the front seats to create a flat floor area with a total load space of 734 liters. When both rear seats are raised, the boot potential is decreased to 180 litres.

Peugeot has developed a unique set of controls for the audio, satellite navigation and air con structures, placed at the back of the guidance wheel.

For motivation, the HR1 carries Peugeot's HYbrid4 technology, combining a brand new 1.2-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder petrol engine with 110-bhp on the the front and a 37-bhp electric motor at the rear. The internal combustion engine is mounted to an electronically-managed 6-pace manual gearbox with control paddles on the guidance wheel and a centrally mounted equipment lever.

As with the production 3008 Hybrid4 that will also debut in Paris, the HR1 can be driven by the electric motor alone at low speed, or with both engines together, providing four-wheel drive capability.

According to the French automaker, the HR1 returns a combined fuel consumption of 3.5 lt in line with 100km (identical to 81 mpg UK and sixty seven.2 mpg US) and CO2 emissions of eighty g/km.

Stay tuned on Carscoop for live photos of the HR1 from the Paris Motor Show ground.


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