The Cars That Money Can’t Buy – Peugeot Honey-B

Sun 1st Jul 2018

Sometimes your wallet won’t stretch to purchasing your dream motor. But don’t worry too much, there are some cars that even the biggest bank balances can’t buy, the dream cars that will forever remain a dream. These are the concept cars that never go into production.

Peugeot Honey-B
Take one look at Peugeot’s 2007 concept, the Honey-B, and you don’t have to spend too long wondering where they came up with the name.

The idea behind the Honey-B was the combine the aerodynamic efficiency of a jet-fighter with the feeling of an SUV.

Honey-B’s unique design sees the car chiefly designed into two parts, the lower body housing the futuristic hydrogen fuel reserves and electronic components. The upper body is home to the unique seating arrangement, which sees passengers sitting in a line. The car’s wheels are separated from the main body and each powered by four small in-wheel electric engines and hydrogen fuel cells. The wheel design also removes the need for complex transmission gears, saving both weight and space, they also allow for energy recuperation during braking.

Whilst the Honey-Bs seating arrangement may not be to everyone’s taste, they are actually designed with accessibility in mind, retractable and with onboard hydraulics, perfect for disabled people.

As to be expected with all modern and futuristic concepts, the Honey-B does away with traditional navigation elements such as a steering wheel, and replaces them with an onboard computerised touchpad, much like a jet-aeroplane where the pilot gives instructions via a computer.

Peugeot have produced many modern and stylish vehicles since the Honey-B was conceived in 2007. Take a look at all our models today.