Peugeot’s E-Legend Concept recently made its public appearance at the Concorso d’Eleganza in Grand Hotel Villa d’Este on the banks of lake Como, from 24 to 26 May. The show which observed its 90th anniversary gave a showcase of the world’s most sought-after heritage cars, about 50 historic cars built between the 1920s and 1980s specifically. This year, the 90th Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este was represented by the motto: Symphony of Engines
Taking the opportunity to present the future of automobile. Peugeot presented their e-Legend Concept to give vintage car lovers a glimpse of the brand’s exciting vision of the future,
Everyone knows that the e-Legend Concept takes up the look of the classic Peugeot 504. The Lion marque showcased the e-Legend Concept to exhibit the pleasures of driving. The future electric car also projects a glorification of the innate elegance that is the legacy of the brand. It combines tradition with cutting-edge automotive technology.
Peugeot e-Legend overview
The Peugeot e-Legend has a coupé body line to depict driving sensations; it features ultra-contemporary styling cues combined with totally realistic, pragmatic volumes and proportions. As such, the e-Legend with sleek lines was a star amongst the quintessential antique cars entered in the Concorso ‘Eleganza.
The concept was driven by Peugeot’s Design Director Gilles Vidal and Matthias Hossann, who is responsible for concept cars, during the parades between the Villa Erba and the Villa d’Este.