Peugeot has just announced the debut of a new concept car at the next Beijing Motor Show which takes place between 20 and 29 April. This is a mere teaser to get the media all excited about the new car, but since they chose Beijing and not Geneva as the venue for the public debut, chances are the model is for the Chinese market only.
That doesn’t mean it won’t be exciting, though. Peugeot concepts in recent years have all been fairly interesting prospects, showcasing a refined version of the feline design language that defines the looks of the French car maker’s products.
The new China-bound Peugeot concept is said to be using the same design approach and craftsmanship that resulted in the amazing Onyx concept; the car that was made from recycled newspaper and untreated copper, but looked very sexy.
Boasting a length of 4.73m and a height of 1.31m, the new Peugeot Concept will be previewed with an ephemeral installation as part of the opening evening for the International Automobile Festival, Tribute to Sensations in Paris at the end of this month.