A sole image released by Peugeot of the concept hidden under covers shows that it will be a sleek four-door saloon, something Peugeot itself hints at in stating the concept will have room for four passengers and their luggage.
Measuring 4.73 metres long by 1.31 metres high, the concept will be made using the same "original materials" as the Onyx. The Onyx used hand-crafted copper sheeting for its wings and doors, with other panels fashioned using carbonfibre. The windows and roof of the concept were made from a lightweight acrylic-based alternative to glass.
The French firm hasn't revealed what will power the concept. The Onyx used a 600bhp, 3.7-litre V8 hybrid HDI FAP engine linked to a six-speed sequential gearbox.
The company says the use of natural materials, and the minimalistic design of the Onyx concept, will become a design hallmark for its future models.