Peugeot Live at EICMA 2013

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November 19, 2013 AT 5:17 AM
For 2014, Peugeot Scooters is changing key with a trend-breaking styling exercise halfway between tradition and modernity. It is called Django, a neo-retro scooter that, 60 years on, resurrects the myth of the sublime S55/S57. Created in the early 1950s, at the time the S55 was a very comfortable and well-equipped two-seater scooter with genuine practical qualities. First and foremost, it was the very first scooter marketed by Peugeot and over time evolved into the S57. As a symbol of freedom and French elegance, our designer s have taken their inspiration from this scooter to create the silhouette of its successor: Django. With its musical name and its irresistibly retro styling, Django owes its identity to a unique heritage. Inspired by its past, Django is a scooter with lines that seem to want to rewrite history, 60 years later. A question of styling history. In fact, above all, Django is an elegant creation. The most demanding observers will appreciate the styling hints of the past and the refinement of a vehicle on which nothing has been left to chance. Standing solidly on its 12’’ wheels, Django seems to flow like a flagship, characterised by its well-rounded rear wings punctuated by 3 air intakes, and its long, flowing bodywork reminiscent of the saloon cars of that era. Django will be available with three engine 50, 125, and 150 cc.