Athletic, powerful, elegant, the SXC Concept Car from the Peugeot Style Studios of the China Tech Center in Shanghai, explores the world of an exclusive and modern Crossover. With the SXC, unveiled at the 2011 Shanghai Motor Show, Peugeot reasserts its international ambitions, refining its ability to adapt to the specific expectations of each market, while expressing in all areas its vision for the future and its skill in combining pursuit of excellence and emotion.

The Peugeot SXC Concept is a vehicle with a strong, asserted character, its style expressing strength and power, without ostentation, through lines both simple and refined, elegant and fluid, which subtly emphasise the athletic, even muscular, character of the vehicle. Each detail is precisely sculpted on a body of impressive size (with a length of 4.870 m, a height of 1.610 m and a width of 2.035 m).

The roof bars, of very original design, the border of the side glazed surface,… numerous components are made of brushed aluminium, a light material, dignified and upmarket, which subtly enhances the exclusive nature of the vehicle.

Its wheel rims, of generous dimensions (22"), the design of which suggests refinement and strength, also contribute to the general balance of the vehicle.

Finally, the very protective style of the vehicle, its generous volumes, it two-part panoramic roof, its accessibility through reverse-hinged doors, … promise a particularly vast passenger compartment in which each of its 4 passengers will benefit from all the attention they desire.

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Under the bonnet, the internal combustion engine is a 1.6 l THP delivering 160 kW (218 bhp): continuing its downsizing strategy, the PSA Group uses the most advanced technology to manufacture small capacity engines combining a high level of performance and environmental efficiency.

Coupled with an electric motor of 70 kW (95 bhp), the combined potential is 230 kW (313 bhp) with a combined fuel consumption of only 5.8 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 143 g/km.


    • Overall length: 4870 mm
    • Overall body width: 2035 mm
    • Overall height - full tanks: 1610 mm
    • Wheelbase: 3000 mm
    • Front / Rear overhang: 955 / 915 mm
    • Front / Rear track: 1780 / 1820 mm
    • Type: Michelin
    • Dimensions: 255/40 R22
    • 1.6 litre THP (front)
      • Capacity: 1598 cm3
      • Maximum power: 160 kW (218 bhp)
      • Maximum torque: 280 Nm; 300 Nm with overboost
    • Electric Motor (rear)
      • Type: Synchronous with permanent magnets
      • Continuous power: 40 kW (54 bhp)
      • Max boost: 70 kW (95 bhp)
      • Continuous torque: 102 Nm
      • Max torque boost: 178 Nm
    • THP + electric motor
      • Maximum power: 230 kW (313 bhp)
    • 6-speed electronically controlled manual gearbox
    • Combined consumption: 5,8 l/100 km
    • CO2: 143 g/km
    • ZEV (zero Emission Vehicle)
      • Fuel consumption: 0 l/100 km
      • CO2: 0 g/km
      • Max range at constant speed: 12.5 km

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