Ahead of Milano Design Fair, Peugeot unveiled the Foodtruck concept, a car that will offer a snack to all of those who pass by. The Peugeot Foodtruck was designed by Peugeot Design Lab, the carmaker’s Global Brand Design studio, and dubbed Le Bistrot du Lion.
The new restaurant on wheels will take up residence at Milan Design Week 2015 on 14 April, before heading to the French Pavilion at the 2015 World’s Fair, Expo Milano, where the theme will be "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life."

Foodtruck Exterior Design

Its short front and rear overhangs providing enhanced maneuverability, while its long wheelbase offers considerable load volume. Le Bistrot du Lion includes areas for food preparation, dining and refreshments, as well as a DJ booth. Le Bistrot du Lion is designed to recuperate and recycle all waste and insure that once folded up Le Bistrot Du Lion leaves the city in exactly the same state as when it arrived. Foodies can watch the chef’s every move thanks to a 46-inch screen and a sound system by leading French speaker-maker Focal.

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Interior Equipment

On board, chefs enjoy two grilling plates grilling and four induction burners as well as a deep fryer. The ventilation system ensures optimum air quality and a 400-litre refrigerated under-foot compartment makes sure food stays fresh.
A 350-litre refrigerator keeps the drinks cold, and a professional espresso machine by Rocket Espresso provides patrons with delicious coffee to conclude their meals.