Peugeot unveil new motorbike concept at Paris Motor Show
Peugeot have unveiled a new concept motorcycle in two different formats at the Paris Motor Show. The P2X was shown in a 125cc roadster and 300cc café racer format with a neo-retro feel.
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Both bikes feature double overhead cam, liquid-cooled singles, USD forks and twin shocks. The 125cc version takes its styling cues from the Peugeot 515 of the 1930s, right down to the ‘Legend’ Peugeot Motocycles logo on the side panels and spoked, chrome wheels.
The 300cc café racer version is finished in Peugeot sport colours and has clip-on bars, forged wheels and a single seat. Both bikes have front and rear ABS and a 5” full-colour TFT dash complete with i-Connect Bluetooth for smartphone pairing and GPS.
"Participating in the return of Peugeot to the world of motorcycles is injecting even more emotion into the design mission that is entrusted to me by this 120 years old French company," said Damien Basset, Head of Design at Peugeot Motorcycles.
"We have paid immense attention to the proportions of this city bike, studied every millimetre of each of its surfaces. P2X is THE new Peugeot motorcycle."