The Peugeot E-Legend Concept is a throwback-style concept car, inspired by the old-school 504 Coupe.    

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The new concept is a marvel, sporting the same dual-headlight design as its forebear, along with some appropriately flowing fenders.     

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Even the rear end borrows its taillight design from the 1960s, albeit with some updated aesthetics by way of thin LED strips.     

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There's no internal combustion engine tucked away under all that flashy metal.     

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Its electric motor puts out about 456 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque, enough to theoretically shove the concept to 62 mph in under 4 seconds.    

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Peugeot estimates that its spry little coupe will have a range of about 373 miles by European-standard (WLTP) estimates.     

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The vehicle has four different modes -- two autonomous, two manual.    

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The autonomous modes shift between comfortable cruising and sharp driving, and the same goes for the manual modes.     

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As if you didn't have enough reasons to get excited for the Paris Motor Show, this little wonder-coupe will be on display for the length of the show in Peugeot's booth.     

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