We're seeing some pretty futuristic cars here at the Frankfurt auto show, but none more so than the Peugeot BB1. According to its maker, it's a totally original response to the current and future needs of urban mobility, and one of those needs is drive-anywhere Internet access.
No, that's not the front; Peugeot has just put the doors on back to front. Apparently, that's the latest trend in the door-fitting community.
The display mounted in the center of the dashboard lets you view your speed, navigation options, and--if Citroen gets its way--the Internet. Data is most likely to come via a tethered iPhone 3GS, docked to the steering wheel.