Peugeot Delta: Hot concept car inspired by the cool ocean waves
Another design concept straight from the 2008 Peugeot Design Contest, the Delta is all about drawing inspiration from the beautiful ocean waves and translating them into a concept car. The transparent roof that comes with the extended windshield seems common in the concept designs but the wacky new doors and the aerodynamic simplicity of the design enable it to stand out. Designed by Ben Eden, Peugeot Delta looks like a refreshing breath of fresh air that one would find right next to the waves on the beach.
With rotating seats for easy boarding and interiors that light up your day, the Delta is a little bundle of delight. Powered by two Hydrogen Fuel Cell engines the car travels on the roads of future with zero-emissions. While one engine is placed at the front, the other is placed at the rear to give the vehicle more balance and stability. This also increases efficiency of the car further and adds to the smooth drive. The LCD dashboard along with its removable rear seats allows you to give the Delta your own personal touch.
The Thrill: Driving the Delta would be an ultra-cool experience of comfort and efficiency. While the fuel cell powered engine should be calm and emission-free giving you a great ride, the brilliantly lit up interiors and the state-of-the-art dashboard should make your evening pleasurable. Peugeot Delta would instantly appeal to the young and the imaginative with its sleek and simple design. Though perfect for the great night-out, do not expect great speed or mileage from this machine.