Peugeot has introduced the Traveller i-Lab VIP 3.0 Shuttle concept ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Based on the recently introduced Traveller, the one-off model has a dark copper color with tinted windows and a panoramic glass roof. The van has also been equipped with stylish alloy wheels and hands-free sliding side doors that are activated by swiping your foot underneath the vehicle.

Peugeot has introduced the Traveller i-Lab VIP 3.0 Shuttle concept ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

Based on the recently introduced Traveller, the one-off model has a dark copper exterior with tinted windows and a panoramic glass roof.  The van has also been equipped with stylish alloy wheels and hands-free sliding doors that are activated by swiping your foot underneath the vehicle.

The exterior styling changes are minor but the cabin is unique as occupants will find leather and Alcantara upholstery, wood trim, and an advanced infotainment system.  The van also has four individual rear seats and a 32-inch tablet that is mounted on an arch pivot so it can move seamlessly around the cabin.  Peugeot didn't have much to say about the tablet but it was jointly developed with Samsung and can be used as one massive tablet or split into four screens to create 'mini tablets' for a number of different users.

The concept has also been equipped with a roof-mounted console that features multiple information displays and integrated LED lights.  Lastly, the van has a premium Focal audio system which promises to provide an "optimum audio experience."

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