I remember seeing the Peugeot 205 GTi everywhere in Europe when I was a kid. Thirty years later, the French carmaker, launches a modern version of their classic urban automobile with an epic ad that seems extracted from a James Bond movie directed by Michael Bay.
The tricky thing about wine—especially the fancy stuff—is that since it gets better with age, what you buy off the shelf isn't necessarily always at its peak. A few seconds with the Clef du Vin, though, will age it to perfection. And, if you're not careful, all the way around to bad again.
The making-of video for Peugeot Design Lab's latest project contains no words—it doesn't need any, since it shows every step of the process: From blasting a huge chunk of volcanic stone from its resting place to crafting a piece of carbon fiber to perfectly fit the rock's jagged profile. The resulting bench looks like…
As printed media becomes more and more irrelevant, advertisers have had to devise clever ways to grab a magazine reader's attention. And to promote the safety features of its vehicles, Peugeot ran this brilliant ad that simulates what would happen in a head-on collision.
We have been seeing concepts similar to this Peugeot bubble electric car for years now, but they never seem to materialize. Why? Aren't people interested in getting to deserted beaches to walk barefoot, alone, lost in a nostalgic mood?
If we lived in a world so sweet that anything artists could draft was instantly a functional product, you still couldn't drive the "Peugeot" ELA.
If Gundam mated with Will Smith's Audi in I, Robot, the offspring would resemble these futuristic concept cars from European brand Peugeot. The
cars car-like vehicles were all entries in the 2008 Peugeot Design Contest. Designers were asked by organizers to create vehicles for that ambiguous but tantalizing "city of…
Click to viewIt seems like invisibility is on everybody's mind these days, what with the potential for it to jump out of science fiction and into reality a few steps closer thanks to the hard work of a bunch of egghead scientists. But in the world created by this cool nes Peugeot ad, all cars are invisible. Well, all…
OK, it's officially the future. Where are the cool cars? And I don't care what the salesman told you, that Camry's 5-star side crash rating is not "Back to the Future II" technology. And why did you go with baby blue?