The Peugeot HR1 Crossover concept was one of the stars at the Paris motor show. The Peugeot HR1 crossover is about the same size as a MINI, but with its raised ride height and Peugeot new design look is definitely has a car to match if not better the Nissan juke. The Peugeot HR1 features swept back headlights and a floating grille which gives the Peugeots HR1 great visual looks to take on the Mini Countryman and Nissan Juke. Peugeot design team has given the HR1 two raised bumps at the rear reminiscent of Peugeot RCZ coupés double bubble roof. Even at 3.6 metres long Peugeot has made the HR1 very practical. The seat stowaway system allows the rear seats to fold away flat creating a decent load area. The HR1 Crossover features Scissor doors which give easy access even in tight spots. The tall ride height gives you great visibility and a breeze to drive. Inside the Peugeot HR1 Crossover features plenty of gadgets that would satisfy the biggest tech people. One stand out gadget must be the movement recognition system which allows you to scroll through menus by hand movement alone. The Peugeot HR1 will use Peugeots HYbrid4 technology. It has a 1.2 litre turbo petrol engine to power the front wheels and an electric motor rear wheels. Combined the two units produce 147bhp and promises 81mpg combined fuel economy and impressive 80g/km CO2 emissions. The HR1 is a concept, but the drivetrain is not as Peugeot revealed its developing a series of three-cylinder petrol engines, with a turbo due in 2013. For now, the HR1 is a design study, but the small crossover market is enjoying a boom, and a production version could be here as soon as 2013. But for all Peugeot Lease Cars, Peugeot Cheap Lease Cars, Peugeot Lease Car Deals, Peugeot Car Leasing Deals and other Peugeot Lease Deals and Contract hire and leasing deals with free delivery, car tax, and manufacturer warranty included contact www.leasecarsdirect.co.uk
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