Peugeot Reveals Next Generation of I-Cockpit Interior Layout

Peugeot has revealed the second generation of the i-Cockpit interior design concept.
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The French brand introduced its first car with the i-Cockpit in 2012, the 208. From there, the design style was lent to the other models in the range. After four years, Peugeot has decided to upgrade its interior concept for an enhanced driving experience.

Peugeot has done several studies with customers to discover what they liked about the interior design and what needed to be changed, and the company claims they have addressed all the issues mentioned.

The French brand has released a photo gallery of its interior concept, without mentioning when it will go into production and which model range will receive it first.

The change made by the French company with the new design is impressive. While they still use the same stalks for light and wiper controls, as well as similar air vents, everything else is different.

Instead of the traditional analog gauges with an electronic display, the instrument cluster is now a fully digital element, which has a diagonal of 12.3 inches. The infotainment screen’s position has been modified as well, and it now has a different shape.

Furthermore, the steering wheel has been redesigned, bringing the driver’s arms closer. Just like on the ongoing models, it appears that the steering wheel is smaller than on comparable cars, which is not necessarily something wrong. Additionally, the same element now has a different airbag module, modified controls, and a different general shape.

The center console has received significant changes, as it now includes a new fitting for the controls which used to be placed on individual buttons. The fitting has a metallic-like shape and is well integrated with the center console, while the Start/Stop button is positioned in a convenient position .

The gear selector for the automatic gearbox also has a new design. The new metallic ornaments are present in more areas of the interior, and they look great in the press photos.

We also notice a new shape for the dash, which is pleasantly sculpted. Near the seats, you can observe a set of cup holders next to the twin elbow rests, and a small storage space near the gearshift selector, which is probably good to keep your phone and a set of keys.
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Sebastian's love for cars began at a young age. Little did he know that a career would emerge from this passion (and that it would not, sadly, involve being a professional racecar driver). In over fourteen years, he got behind the wheel of several hundred vehicles and in the offices of the most important car publications in his homeland.
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