The Peugeot FRACTAL Concept Car is an electric urban coupé revealing a prospective design of the PEUGEOT i‑Cockpit®
that explores all the senses. Following on from visual - embodied by the head-up display, and touch -
with the compact steering wheel and touchscreen, the Peugeot FRACTAL Concept also showcases
unprecedented attention on acoustics in automotive design to enrich your driving experience.
The Peugeot FRACTAL Concept has an interior and exterior identity developed for the first time in partnership with sound designer Amon Tobin. In the city, the FRACTAL Concept is in sync with its environment. This prospective PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® design gives hearing its rightful place alongside sight and touch, since people rely on all three of these senses to negotiate their immediate environment.
The Peugeot FRACTAL Concept car is perfectly at home in the city. The low noise levels achieved by the electric drive system are further improved by the Tall&Narrow tyres, with their narrow tread.
First unveiled on the SR1 concept car in 2010, the PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® has already won over more than 1.8 million customers since making its market debut on the 208 in 2012. The PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® offers an unparalleled experience combining instinctive ergonomics with an unprecedented ambience.
The Peugeot FRACTAL Concept is an ideas incubator that explores new design and manufacturing processes. 3D-printed parts represent more than 80% of the interior trim surface. The multitude of materials were made through generative design - a process used to achieve the perfect component.