2006 Peugeot 207 E-pure Concept

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.

We’ve Temporarily Removed Comments

As part of our ongoing efforts to make AutomobileMag.com better, faster, and easier for you to use, we’ve temporarily removed comments as well as the ability to comment. We’re testing and reviewing options to possibly bring comments back. As always, thanks for reading AutomobileMag.com.