Peugeot Boxer 4×4 Concept

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The French auto manufacturer Peugeot is back in a big way. Since announcing earlier in the year that Peugeot will be returning to the US and Canadian for the first time since 1991, they have recently presented the Peugeot Boxer 4×4 Concept vehicle. Initially founded in 1810, Peugeot has been known to make a variety of things such as coffee mills and bicycles, but perhaps their greatest creation is just around the corner.

Peugeot has long been known for their reliability, some of their automobiles from the 1950’s and 60’s are still running in Africa and Cuba today. With reliability being so important for utility vehicles, perhaps it is fitting that Peugeot is behind the latest great recreational vehicle as well. 

The all-wheel drive transmission developed by DANGEL features higher ground clearance than past Peugeot concepts. Despite the vehicle technically being a camper van, this Boxer does well to separate itself from the pack due to the distinct styling and versatility. The Wanderlust Green color blends in harmoniously when surrounded by nature

Peugeot Boxer 4x4 Concept

The Peugeot Boxer 4×4 Concept is practically a home on wheels designed for exploration and adventures on nearly any terrain imaginable. With increased living space over previous editions, the Boxer 4×4 is ideally suited for two or three people. The Peugeot 4×4 Concept features four comfortable and spacious areas such as a dining room, kitchen, sleeping area and of course the driving position. 

With all that space and many other storage spaces you will finally be able to kick back and enjoy life on the road.

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