If you ever wanted a pint-sized coupe crossover, Peugeot has answered your prayers with the HR1 concept.

Peugeot has unveiled the stunning HR1 concept.

Designed to be a little bit of everything (city run-around, coupe and SUV), the HR1 features electric scissor doors, a double bubble roof, and LED lighting units.

Inside, there's a driver-focused cockpit with a head-up display, 'stowaway' rear seats, and an innovative movement recognition system. The latter enables users to "scroll through functions and select available settings with a simple movement of the hand."

Power is provided by a 110 hp (82 kW / 112 PS) 1.2-liter three-cylinder petrol engine and a 37 hp (28 kW / 38 PS) electric motor. Like the other HYbrid4 models, the HR1 can operate in EV mode, petrol mode, and four-wheel drive mode (which uses the petrol engine and the electric motor). Thanks to this technology, the car has a combined fuel consumption rating of 81 mpg and CO2 emissions of 80 g/km.

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