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Peugeot’s Geneva concept is “hyper connected”

The Traveller i-Lab 3.0 is based on the existing Business Plus Traveller MPV, and is loaded with new tech. By Freddie Holmes

As well as using global auto shows as a stage for new model releases, many OEMs also take the opportunity to show a glimpse at future product strategies with concept cars.

While Volkswagen Group is opting to unveil clean crossover prototypes at the Geneva Motor Show, Peugeot is showcasing ‘hyper connectivity’ with its Traveller i-Lab 3.0 prototype.

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