Peugeot LimoVian: transparent limousine
In the French film L'ecume days, limo shares nothing less than the star with actor Romain Duris.
Moreover, the brother of the latter, Francois Duris, design director at Peugeot, who draws this great car from the shell of a Cadillac Fleetwood.
The name of this car directly reference to the fact that this film is an adaptation of the novel by Boris Vian.
Transparent, the car is bristling with plexiglass. The signing of the Peugeot brand is mostly felt at the tip of the wings resembling those of the 404 model of 60 years, and the level of taillights inspired by those of the 208, but has three levels.
The construction of the limo need two months of work, all under the watchful eye of film director Michel Gondry.