Peugeot announced today that it will showcase the new Inception concept car at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to be held in Las Vegas, USA on January 5 next year.

AndroBliz learned that although Peugeot has launched several successful electric vehicles, these models are all based on existing gasoline vehicles.

The French automaker, which is majority-owned by Stellantis, hopes to change that, however, and will show off a new concept car called the Inception, which will also be Peugeot's first electric car to use a platform other than an internal combustion engine model.

Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares made it clear last year that the group would focus on the brands it already offers in the US, with Peugeot having no plans to return.

Therefore, we don't know why the Peugeot Inception research report will be unveiled in the United States. Many media believe that Peugeot should choose to display it at the European Auto Show.

Peugeot has not disclosed much information about the Inception concept electric car. Peugeot said that this event mainly demonstrates how the brand designs "BEV-by-design" product models to interpret the interior of the next-generation i-Cockpit.

It is reported that the Inception concept electric car will support gesture control and provide "digital and physical experience".


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