For the 2018 Paris Motor Show in October, Peugeot arranged an all-electric, all-wheel drive futuristic coupe with 455 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. Dubbed the E-Legend Concept, this vehicle can support both autonomous driving and standard driving mode paying homage to the iconic 1969 504 Coupe of Pininfarina authorship. In terms of exterior, the concept is with no means design-wise – with a signature Peugeot silhouette and modern, angular look. The E-Legend, by the way, is able to speak 17 languages – at least, this number of languages the voice-activated personal assistant could use.
Powered by an electric powertrain, the stunning coupe can perform zero-to-sixty-two run in under four secs, boasting a mild hybrid boosted by a regular 2.0-litre turbo-four; on top of that, the coupe has a 373-mile range on the WLTP cycle delivered by a 100-kWh battery pack and four driving modes – Sharp and Soft for autonomous mode, and Legend and Boost for active driving. The Soft mode provides the comfort for the occupants, the Sharp favours the maximum connection to entertainment or social media platforms; the Legend is actually a cal, cruising mode, and the Boost delivers dynamic, high-performance driving.