The Peugeot 407 Silhouette concept from the 2004 Geneva
Motor Show was a styling exercise by Peugeot to show the
customising possibilities of the new Peugeot 407. With
an extreme body kit and imposing graphics the 407 Silhouette
concept car displayed a three-part carbon
fibre body structure, comprising the hood, passenger
compartment and engine. The lightweight body sits on a
tubular chassis. The Silhouette's front and rear fenders
are extended and incorporate race style venting.
The 407 Silhouette concept car is modified with a rear
running board, vents, front air scoops and additional
The 407 Silhouette's exterior light gray metallic paint
is quiet and unimposing, this is in stark contrast to
the wide white stripe running over the length of the concept.
On each rear quarter panel, a lions head, reminiscent
of the makes history, highlights the curve of the
The very tuner atmosphere of the interior reveals a wealth
of materials highlighted by a dashboard of red and black
leather with controls, central glossy panel and two bucket
seats in red leather and 3D black mesh. The wheel features
a color screen indicating the temperature and ideal route
which it plots from map information it receives by satellite
and precisely coordinates it with the cars position.
The 407 Silhouette concept car is equipped with a V6 petrol
engine generating 320 bhp, located in a rear-central position,
mated to a 6 speed sequential transmission.
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