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1986 Peugeot Proxima Concept

The wild-styled two-seat Proxima was characterized by its rear-wheel covers nearly separated from the rest of the body and the almost non-existent front and rear overhangs. The Proxima's power unit was a twin-turbo V6 engine outputting 600 horsepower. The four-wheel-drive system automatically activated an onboard computer sensed rear wheel spin. The tire pressure was then monitored and restored automatically. The backward-sliding glass canopy revealed a bright red scarlet interior, including a navigational system and a rear-vision monitor display connected to a rear-mounted camera. Five color displays were installed for driver and passenger use. It was presented at the 1986 Paris Motor Show.

Engine & performance:

  • Position: mid-engined

  • Type: V6, DOHC, 24-valve

  • Capacity: 2849 cc

  • Power: 600 hp @ 8000 rpm

  • Torque: 608 Nm

  • 0-100 km/h: 4WD


  • Length: 4420 mm

  • Width: 2060 mm

  • Height: 1140 mm

  • Weight: 1080 kg

Source: Concept Car Central; allcarindex

Images: Peugeot