Peugeot 504 is a mid-size, front-engine, rear wheel drive automobile available as a four-door sedan. The 504 was noted for its robust body structure, long suspension travel, and torque tube drive shaft — enclosed in a rigid tube attached at each end to the gearbox housing and differential casing, relieving drive train torque reactions. The 504 made its public debut on 12 September 1968 at the Paris Salon. The press launch which had been scheduled for June 1968 was at the last minute deferred by three months, and production got off to a similarly delayed start because of the political and industrial disruption which exploded across France in May 1968.
Peugeot 405 is a large family car released in July 1987 which comes in the bodystyle of sedan and station wagon. 405 shares its bottom plate with the Citroën BX, it does not have that car's hydropneumatic suspension. As with the BX, the 405 used TU/XU petrol and XUD diesel engines. In 1991, there were updates to the dashboard, steering wheel, and soundproofing, but for 1993, the Phase 2 model arrived with a new boot (trunk) with better ingress, new rear lights and boot design and a new dashboard.
Peugeot presented a new concept hybrid electric sports sedan at the 2008 Paris Motor Show called the Peugeot RC HYmotion4. Similar to the drivetrain model used in the upcoming Chevrolet Volt, the RC concept promises the ability to run solely on electric power for extended periods, with a hybrid electric powertrain filling in the gaps when extra range is needed. The RC HYmotion4 includes a 70-kW electric motor at the front wheels. The Prologue puts the internal combustion engine up front and runs on diesel instead of gasoline, with the electric motor going at the back.
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