Peugeot Moonster Concept

The Peugeot Moonster was a most radical concept in 2001. There was a design competition where talented people submitted drawings to Puegeot’s webiste. There were a total of 750 entries and 50 top designs where considered finalists. A vote was cast for the most appealing car. Yugoslavian, Marko Lukovc’s Moonster won the competition. This creation became reality at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

The Moonster was made as a design in fluid form. There was no engine, transmission or suspension system. The bodyshell was hand formed from an aluminum sheet and polished to perfection.

Source: Peugeot press

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