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PHOTO CAPTION: Peugeot Exalt Concept will be powered by 270 hp ICE-age engine, plus 50kW electric motor.

Peugeot Announces Debut of Exalt Electric Hybrid

Range in EV-mode not announced at this time.

Published: 16-Apr-2014

RENNES, France -- Peugeot will unveil a 340-hp plug-in hybrid concept car called the Exalt at the Beijing auto show on April 20.

The five-door sedan hints at the future design direction for the brand, which parent PSA/Peugeot-Citroen is pushing upmarket to differentiate it from sister brand Citroen.

The Exalt is powered by 270-hp, 1.6-liter gasoline engine and a rear axle-mounted 50 kW electric motor that provide a combined output of 340 hp.

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