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It will unveil the GTi and XY concepts.
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Peugeot set to reveal two concept cars in Geneva

Peugeot set to reveal two concept cars in Geneva

Peugeot has revealed that it will unveil two new concept cars at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

Both suited to different types of driver in the supermini segment, the carmaker will show off its GTi Concept for fans of the iconic model and the XY Concept for city dwellers.

Firstly, the GTi Concept has a RCZ THP 200 engine and six-speed gearbox, while remaining light and compact. External features include double chromed exhaust tailpipes, aero lower bodywork spoilers and lower sill skirt extensions.

The XY Concept, meanwhile, is powered by a 1.6-litre e-HDi engine and six-speed gearbox, with dual-effect 18" alloy wheels and special 'Pulsion' paintwork. This means that no matter what position or distance from which the car is viewed, the appearance of the XY changes thanks to 16 coats of paint and lacquer.

Featured in both cars is Peugeot's full LED technology, giving the front indicators and main beam headlamps the impression that the cars have an iris.

Now in its 82nd year, the Geneva Motor Show runs from March 8th-18th.

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