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Travel with one of these cars! These are Peugeot concept vehicles, the cars of the future. These are entries in the 2008 Peugeot Design Contest.

Ying Hui Choo's Peugeot Blade, designed for 'pure driving enjoyment', has a wind turbine attached to the back to charge its electric battery.

Ke Guo, of China, has designed an aerodynamic 'water drop-shaped vehicle' inspired by Formula One. The PRO has a windscreen which doubles as an opening cockpit and gives 180 degree visibility.
Michael Witus Schierup of Denmark says his Peugeot Verde is designed to be able to change its length depending on the environment it is being used in. It has three settings: Highway, Urban and Park. In Highway mode it extends to its full length - about 16ft 5ins. In Urban it compacts itself to about 12ft . Finally, in Park mode it shrinks further to take up as little space as possible.
Argentine Esteban Peisci's Xtreet also runs on three spheres rather than traditional wheels .

More designs here.

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