The French carmaker has unveiled in Paris the Peugeot Onyx Concept. 

The French prototype has an elegant cabin with a minimalistic design and doors with clever and complex gullwing-style operation. The car measures 4.65m long, 2.20m wide and 1.13m tall, and it only weights 1.1 tons.

On the interior, we have the dashboard that is made from a new type of wood called  ‘Newspaper Wood’ – or recycled newspapers, as it is also known. 

The power is provided by a 3.7-liter hybrid HDI FAP V8 engine that puts out no less than 600 horsepwower, and is backed up by a six-speed sequential transmission and an electric motor that delivers an additional 80 HP  during acceleration.

Source: Peugeot