Peugeot e-LEGEND Concept: Paris Motor Show Video Roundup

OCT 5 2018 BY MARK KANE 2

The silver Peugeot e-LEGEND shines in Paris.

Peugeot, besides the 508, 508 SW and 3008 plug-in hybrids, presented at the 2018 Paris Motor Show a concept all-electric model, the Peugeot e-LEGEND Concept.

It looks pretty slick, as it envisions a vintage car (in this case Peugeot 504 Coupé). Also, the specs with a 100 kWh battery and 340 kW dual motor all-wheel drive powertrain sounds spectacular.

The bad news is that it’s just a concept. You will not be able to buy it so instead just enjoy the photos and videos from the show.

Peugeot e-LEGEND Concept spec:

  • 100 kWh battery pack
  • 600 km (373 miles) of WLTP range
  • fast charging up to 80% (500 km/311 miles) in 25 minutes
  • home wireless charging option
  • 340 kW and 800 Nm and all-wheen drive
  • 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 4 seconds
  • top speed of 220 km/h (137 mph)
  • dimensions are (in mm): length: 4650, width: 1930, height: 1370, wheelbase: 2690.
Peugeot e-LEGEND Concept
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Mike

A nice looking car, but I have to chuckle at the idea of listing specs for a car that won’t get built. I especially like “home wireless charging OPTION”. Optional equipment on vaporware. How many virtual dollars/euros does that set you back?

Bill Howland

Yeah this just gets back to companies like VW providing vaporware. The overall PURPOSE seems to be that EV’S ARE SO INCREDIBLY COMPLICATED AND EXPENSIVE that no normal people will ever be able to buy them.

Worrying about silliness like ‘wireless charging’ really shows their hand…

(I’m not discounting that Arthritic EV drivers need assistance with home charging – but that really can be done with any car, and its not really germane on a concept car since they are PLAINLY not trying to say the car is ‘Handicapped Accessible’.).