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The 207 e-pure concept is–minus the interior drenched in white leather and the fuel-cell powertrain–an accurate look at the forthcoming retractable hard-top version of the 207 hatchback, the 207 CC. (CC stands for “coupe-convertible.”)
The show car’s hydrogen fuel-cell system in the 207 e-pure offers a 217-mile range and hooks to a 70 kW electric motor with a peak output of 94 hp and 133 lb-ft of torque. The thirteen-foot-long e-pure weighs over 3400 pounds–almost 700 pounds more than the heaviest gasoline-powered 207 hatchback–and takes fifteen seconds to accomplish the 0-to-62-mph sprint.