New Peugeot Metropolis unveiled at Intermot

Posted: 02 Oct 2012

Peugeot Metropolis

A three-wheeled urban scooter that crosses the boundaries between car and bike has been unveiled at the leading international motorcycle show, Intermot, in Cologne this morning by Peugeot motorcycles.

The manufacturer’s car and motorcycle teams have co-operated on the project to produce a compact and dynamic vehicle for urban use. Input from the car team is evident from neat touches such as the electric parking brake and electronic smart key.

The 399cc machine is built with a focus on comfort, safety and performance for rider and passenger and has plenty of storage built-in for practicality.

 

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