Touted as ‘a new solution to the current and future needs of urban mobility’, the BB1 concept has a range of 120km and runs on two electric motors mounted in its rear wheels.
The motors, positioned as a space-saving device, are powered by two lithium-ion battery packs.
Ventilation within the vehicle and other in-car operations are powered by solar panels, located on its roof.
Operated with a twist throttle and a handbrake instead of pedals, the car has no mirrors and uses cameras that feed internal screens to orientate its driver.
Peugeot says the car design is inspired by its bicycles, scooters, cars and light commercial vehicles. It will be on display to the public from 7-8 November in London’s Covent Garden.