To coincide with the world-premieres of the new Peugeot Traveller Combispace and the Traveller Shuttle at the Geneva Motor Show this March, Peugeot will also take the opportunity to showcase a unique concept car, the Traveller i-Lab 3.0 VIP.

Presenting a vision of the future, the Traveller i-Lab concept offers optimum connectivity and comfort levels, designed to transform the lives of VIP passengers who face every day time pressures.

Derived directly from the new Peugeot Traveller range due in Ireland later this year, an expressive front face has the brand’s new style identity with its LED light signature, elevated new vertical grille and lion-brand logo in the centre.

Displayed in a dark Copper colour, the Traveller i-Lab concept is 4.96m long, 1.92m side and has reduced overhangs, rendering it perfect for urban environments. Its 1.9m height allows entry to underground and city car parks.

Boasting two hands-free side sliding doors, passengers gain easy access to the cabin by simply putting their foot in front of the sensor installed in the sill panel.

Inside, four individual seats are arranged opposite each other, around a giant 32″ touch tablet that can be positioned as preferred on its supporting arch. On-board guests can take advantage of the WiFi hotspot, Bluetooth®, two induction charging docks for powering smart phones, even a Samsung Gear VR virtual reality headset.

Developed in partnership with Samsung, the giant tablet and passengers’ smart devices are automatically integrated to offer a seamless, connected journey experience allowing remote hotel check-in and check-out, remote payment, virtual visits and automatic schedule changes.

The Traveller i-Lab is completely conducive to work, delivering a calm environment in which to operate business on the move. Protected from outside distractions by dark tinted windows, passengers are submerged in an elegant interior befitting VIPs.

Seats are clad in Alcantara and leather and the roof console not only provides an ambient LED lighting, it also delicately diffuses air from the climate control system. Passenger listening comfort is optimised by specific acoustic insulation and a FOCAL installation with 17 loudspeakers, supplied by three amplifiers and controlled by a Digital Signal Processor.


For the driver, journeys are made easier and safer thanks to enhanced driver assist technology, the latest generation satellite navigation and fleet management services.

A Road Sign Reading device scans the edges of the carriageway and then displays the speed limit in force, allowing the driver to then reset the cruise control/speed limiter.

The driver’s 7″ touch screen and reverse parking colour camera, in conjunction with Peugeot VisioPark, recreates a 180° overhead view of the environment behind the vehicle. When an obstacle is close by, VisioPark automatically switches to zoom mode for even more precise manoeuvres.

A Driver Inattention Monitoring system alerts the driver after two hours of continuous driving, then every hour if he / she does not stop. The system also detects, using the camera, a lack of driver attention by measuring the angle of the steering wheel in relation to the road side. In the event of an imminent collision with a moving or stationary obstacle, vehicle or pedestrian, Active City Brake applies an automatic brake.

The new generation of Peugeot Connected Navigation displays 3D mapping and suggests alternative routes in real time, based on traffic hazards. Voice Recognition allows control of the navigation, telephone and media functions without the driver taking their eyes off the road.

The new Peugeot Traveller Combispace and the new Traveller Shuttle, arrive in Ireland this summer, following their unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show.