The Peugeot Delta concept was an entrant into the 2008
Peugeot Design Contest. The design was created by Ben
The Peugeot Delta is a four-door, four-seat compact car
which draws styling cues from waves moving across the
surface of the sea.
The glass roof of the Peugeot Delta, which helps flood
the interior with light, can be switched from transparent
to opaque and back again at the flick of a switch. The
roof also incorporates subtle wavy neon lights which underline
the wave influence and provide a light source for the
interior. Access to the Peugeot Delta concept is through
remotely operated upward swinging doors. The mechanism
which powers this extravagant entry method is housed in
the 'wave' part of the body work.
Inside the Peugeot Delta concept the passengers are met
with rotating seats which aid entry and exit of the vehicle.
The rear seats can also be removed to increase cargo space.
The steering wheel features an innovative touch-screen
LCD display which is mounted in the centre and displays
vital driving information. This unit is fixed and does
not rotate with the steering wheel - for obvious reasons!
The LCD screen can be turned off and the gauges that lie
behind it used on their own to maintain a more relaxing
Powering the Peugeot Delta concept are two hydrogen fuel
cells. These are positioned at the front and rear of the
vehicle to help create a balanced weight distribution.
In order to further improve fuel efficiency and boost
performance the Delta is constructed from lightweight
materials. The body is formed from aluminium, and the
grey colored wheel arch extensions and door panels are
made from fiberglass.
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