Sunday September 21, 2003
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The award winning Peugeot 4002 design by 32-year old German graphic designer Stefan Schulze made a return to its creator's country of origin at the Frankfurt International Motor Show. Based on the Peugeot 402 with some components from the 204, the streamlined coupe provides a glimpse of the shape of things to come - and the future looks good!
Peugeot created the first Design Contest in 2000, receiving over 2,000 entries exploring "what Peugeot will look like in 2020".
Schulze was presented with the "La Griffe" Trophy by Mr. Fr'd'ric Saint-Geours, the Managing Director of Peugeot at the Geneva Motorshow earlier in the year, following a process of public voting and selection by a Peugeot jury.View gallery - 6 images