7 April 2004

Peugeot will join the burgeoning mini-MPV sector next year with a barely changed production version of the Sésame concept.

Effectively a 206/ 207 MPV, it will appear at the Geneva Motor Show next March and go on sale in April ’05. The car is based on the PF1 platform from the Citroën C2 and C3; it will also underpin the next 207.

The concept’s electric sliding doors will make production, and Peugeot is promising plenty of interior flexibility. The Sésame name won’t survive – expect a traditional Peugeot number.

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