Peugeot Company, together with the French oil and gas giant Total have developed a hybrid concept based on the hatchback 208. The model, dubbed the Peugeot 208 Hybrid FE, appeared before the public at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013. From the usual concept differs externally 3d other front bumper, diffuser, rear-view cameras instead of conventional mirrors, and aerodynamically efficient 19-inch wheels of original design. The structure of the hybrid power plant Peugeot 208 Hybrid FE includes a 1.2-liter gasoline engine that runs on the Atkinson cycle, 40-horsepower electric motor, a set of lithium-ion batteries and a 5-speed robotised gearbox. Exclusively at hatchback is able to overcome 19 kilometers, and its average fuel consumption in a hybrid driving mode is claimed at 2.1 liters per hundred kilometers (urover emissions 49 g/km). Acceleration from zero to 100 km/h in about eight seconds. To achieve these results were also due to lower vehicle weight – Concept Peugeot 208 Hybrid FE weighs only 775 kilograms (200 kilograms less than the usual “two hundred and eighth,” with a 1.0-liter internal combustion engine). Saving gave a shortened from 50 to 20 liters fuel tank, and made of glass fiber suspension components. For more information about the project will be known later.