Introducing the new Peugeot INSTINCT concept, a car fully aware of its surroundings, designed to offer you complete peace of mind. A unique Shooting Brake design which offers the option of fully autonomous driving. The Peugeot INSTINCT can adapt to match certain behaviours. It is a concept car that understands you and that is truly in harmony with you and your needs, making it possible to deliver a seamless, exciting driving experience.

Peugeot has approached this concept with a single word in mind: Freedom. Freedom to choose your driving mode. Freedom to explore new driving sensations. Freedom of new technologies. Freedom of movement. The outcome is the new Peugeot INSTINCT concept.



For the first time ever, Peugeot introduces a functional on-board I.o.T.* platform - the SAMSUNG ARTIKTM Cloud, connecting the car with the user’s cloud, enabling the car to learn and adapt to its user’s lifestyle and preconfigure its settings.

*Internet of Things



The PEUGEOT Responsive i-Cockpit® reinterprets the passenger cabin to meet the self-driving needs of the vehicle. The interfaces can be configured – before, during and after use – according to the mode selected and the user’s profile.



The Peugeot INSTINCT concept boasts a shooting brake bodystyle with a timeless look. The aerodynamic, sculpted body is not only designed for maximum fuel efficiency but also to be utterly eye-catching. 



The Peugeot INSTINCT concept is powered by a PHEV powertrain offering 300 Ps. The car features both ‘Drive’ and ‘Autonomous’ modes, giving the driver the choice between an engaging drive and the convenience of a fully autonomous vehicle.

 In ‘Drive’ mode, drivers can opt for ‘Drive Boost’ or ‘Drive Relax’, and in ‘Autonomous’ mode they have the option of ‘Autonomous Soft’ or ‘Autonomous Sharp’, balancing comfort and optimising the journey time.



Inside, the Peugeot INSTINCT evolves the award-winning PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®  interior architecture with a highly tactile, adaptable cabin, which switches from being a focused driving environment to a comfortable lounge space.

The Responsive i-Cockpit seen in the Peugeot INSTINCT concept reacts when switching between ‘Drive’ and ‘Autonomous’ modes to create the most suitable environment according to how the car is being used. When in ‘Autonomous’ mode, the trademark Peugeot compact steering wheel and toggle switch panel fold into the dashboard and the accelerator pedal folds back into the pedal unit to maximise space.

In both ‘Drive’ and ‘Autonomous’ modes, the driver retains control over the vehicle via the i-Device, which sits next to the 9.7” screen in the centre console. The i-Device enables the driver to switch between modes so they can take action, like overtaking the car in front