Peugeot Boxer turned into an off-road camper with walnut canoeSeptember 25, 2019
Peugeot introduced an experimental version of the Boxer model, adapted for long off-road travel
Peugeot introduced an experimental version of the Boxer at a campers show in Le Bourget. The van was turned into an SUV with a residential module with a walnut canoe on the roof.
The car received an upgraded suspension with increased front and rear clearance by 30 and 50 mm, respectively, BF Goodrich off-road tires and plastic underbody protection. In addition, the concept car was equipped with eight additional LED lighting modules located above the windshield.
Inside, the Peugeot Boxer 4×4 Concept is divided into four zones: the driver’s compartment, a place for the kitchen and dining room, bedroom, and shower. In addition, there are many different compartments for transporting travel equipment inside. The interior used recycled plastic and Alcantara.
The equipment of the concept includes a multimedia complex with a nine-inch touch screen, support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Waze navigation. Finally, the car’s equipment includes a walnut canoe as well as an electric bike.
Peugeot Boxer 4×4 Concept is equipped with a diesel engine, which will allow the car to “storm the steepest slope”. The engine, combined with a six-speed manual gearbox, develops 165 hp and 370 Nm of torque.
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