Peugeot's E-Legend concept showcases future autonomous technologies and a full-electric drivetrain while evoking the 504 Coupe styled by Pininfarina that debuted in 1969. Touches that recall the 504 Coupe, which stayed in production until 1983, include the model name badge on a long, sloping hood; black trim at the base of the roof pillar; knife-edged fenders; and overall proportions that signal "sports coupe." Peugeot has no plans to produce the E-Legend, but company executives noted that the concept's dimensions are similar to those of a normal production car and that its styling is purposely approachable.
Volkswagen's Spanish brand expands its European utility lineup to three models with the Tarraco. It will join the Ateca compact and Arona subcompact as the largest of the three utility vehicles based on VW Group platforms. The Tarraco is a crucial addition to help Seat retain more affluent customers and increase profit margins. It will come with five or seven seats and use the MQB-A long-wheelbase architecture, which also underpins the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace.
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