Peugeot is to reveal the second generation of its i-Cockpit design inside the Fractal electric urban coupé concept.
Taking place in a fortnight, the Frankfurt International Motor Show will be the platform at which both advanced technologies will be unveiled.
The i-Cockpit boasts innovative ergonomics, which provides instinctive driving and enhances the driver's experience behind the wheel. It was first launched on the SR1 concept car in 2010, before making its market debut on the 208 in 2012.
The Peugeot Fractal is a two-door, four-seat concept, which features an interior and exterior developed with sound designer Amon Tobin. This allows the car to be in sync with its environment.
Electric motors on the front and rear axles powered by a 30kW/h lithium-ion battery provide a total output of 150kW/204hp and combined-cycle range of up to 280 miles.
Strategy Director at Peugeot, Jérôme Micheron commented: "The Peugeot i-Cockpit has garnered a real following among customers by offering a tangible improvement in driving pleasure. The Peugeot Fractal project explores new possibilities by further enhancing the cockpit experience through the use of sound to enrich information and enhance driving pleasure."