Peugeot Flux Concept Car With Integrated Xbox 360

Posted: Feb 23 2007, 11:15am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:05am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Peugeot Flux Concept Car with integrated Xbox 360
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Design student Mihai Panaitescu won the Peugeot Design Contest 2007 with his Flux concept. It has a built-in Xbox 360, because Microsoft is a partner of Peugeot for this award.

The concept car design is called Peugeot Flux. As contest price, Peugeot will actually build this design and show it in full-scale at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show and the can will appear in an Xbox 360 video game.

Mihai Panaitescu says about his winning design: "It's versatility combined with it's sportiness and the ability to use it in different environments are in my opinion some of the vehicle's strong points." I would add that the car looks great. Now Peugeot just needs to put some environmentally friendly engine inside the Flux and the car is ready to go.
You can find more photos of the Flux on the Peugeot Design award site.
It is worth while to have a look at the runner up designs. The N Jooy and Allscape look hot too.

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