The PEUGEOT 9X8 is a design and technical revolution. Ahead of its debut on the race track in 2022, Matthias Hossann has placed it into brutalist architecture to showcase how revolutionary this car will be with its sleek exterior that's made from light concrete surroundings by photographer Agnieszka Doroszewicz who was able utilize these contrasty settings for her photo series "Bloody Hell."
The PEUGEOT Design team went all out to create the new 9X8 Hybrid Hypercar. They imbued it with codes specific for their brand; a feline stance, fluid lines enhanced by sporty cues and sleek SUV features such as an extended roofline
When it comes to designing a race car, the prospect of being able to do so had been close until now with Hossan’s work often limited by her small details and previous limitations. However all this changed when she became one-of-a kind designer in recent years because before then performance considerations were mostly prioritized over style or identity which resulted into almost indistinguishable cars from others on track but not off course.
With the PEUGEOT 9X8 Hybrid Hypercar, engineers and designers worked very closely together to achieve a convergence between style and technology. They were able not only create something beautiful but also functional with their design that would be capable of competing against other high-end vehicles on equal terms “The level discussion was absolutely unprecedented," says Matthias Hossann from Peugeot Design Director firm up here in France!
With a sleek and stylish design, the PEUGEOT 9X8 is an ultimate ambassador for all things related to Design. Showcasing their new roaring Lion badge prior its official release on early 2021 versions before it could be found later this year with more modern flair within2018 vehicle lineups worldwide - including but not limited too France's very own PSA Group Company-, these next-generation hot rods will surely make drivers smile from Ear To Eye!
With its four-wheel drive hybrid vehicle, the PEUGEOT 9X8 has taken on a new challenge and won at Le Mans with two cars. The first win was achieved using an engine developed for gasoline racing vehicles like those found in Formula 1 or NASCAR races; this time around they're going after diesel powered trucks which are common across many endurance events including La Sarthe race track where our newest winner will be competing next month!
The technology used by these winners could also pave way towards future electric motorsports offerings from them too - so long as there's enough juice left over after all bets are fairing paid off toward performance standards set forth beforehand (and if not...you know what happens then!).
“We wanted to signify this technological and cultural shift with a new color signature, which we have called 'Kryptonite.'"
The PEUGEOT team says that they had already launched it shortly before their Hybrid Hypercar 9X8 on the company's newest series model: 508 PSE (Peugeot Sport Engineering). The vehicle shares many features from its siblings in hybrid technology for electric high performance."
Matthias Hossann describes how the PEUGEOT Design team used cutting-edge technology to create their designs. They worked with 3D tools and CAD (Computer Aided Design) that allowed them to share files for engineering input, before moving onto virtual reality stages where designers could interact digitally within a vehicle’s interior space.