Peugeot has unveiled the first details about the EX1 concept. It features two electronic motors which produce a combined 250 kW (340 PS / 335 hp) and 480 Nm (354 lb-ft) of torque.

Peugeot has unveiled the first details about the EX1 concept.

Built to celebrate the company's bicentennial, the roadster features a futuristic design with a "floating" grille, polished aluminum accents, and reverse-opening doors. Inside, occupants are surrounded by leather upholstery, metal trim, and a variety of digital displays.

Power is provided by two electronic motors which produce a combined 250 kW (340 PS / 335 hp) and 480 Nm (354 lb-ft) of torque. Furthermore, one motor is mounted to each axle which gives the EX1 an advanced all-wheel drive system.

While Peugeot was mum on details, the EX1 has already broken several acceleration records for an "electric powered terrestrial vehicle."

More information will be released later this month, so stay tuned for continuing coverage.

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