SR1 features Peugeot's HYbrid4 technology - an all-wheel drive hybrid system with a total of 313 bhp.
Peugeot has debuted the SR1 Concept at the Geneva auto show today.
The Peugeot SR1 is a sports car concept that features the French brand's signature HYbrid4 technology. HYbrid4 is an all-wheel drive hybrid system with an electric motor powering the rear wheels while the gasoline/petrol engine drives the front axle.
The powertrain is made up of a front driving 1.6 liter THP gasoline/petrol engine with 218 PS (160 kW) and 280 Nm of torque (300 with overboost). The electric motor provides for an additional rear wheel 95 PS (70 kW) and 178 Nm of torque for a total of 313 PS (230 kW) for the SR1. Emissions are 119 g/km while fuel consumption is 4.9 liters/100 km.
The SR1 is a 2+1 coupe, with a single, middle seat behind the driver and passenger seats.
Both inside and out, Peugeot's aim is to create a vehicle of stylishness and luxury. There's a removable dashboard clock by Bell & Ross that serves as a wristwatch, leather and wood finishes inside the cabin, as well as nickel and satin-laden chrome highlights.
The SR1 also features a newly designed Lion emblem to serve as the Peugeot badge.
No news yet on any production plans for the SR1.