It seems that the greatest engine companies bet on design and want to be present on the Milan Design Week, and in this case the French Peugeot-Citroen is the one who showed us its Foodtruck, a concept car that becomes a Bistrot.

Foodtruck

Foodtruck

By the hand of Peugeot Design Lab, its laboratory of ideas, Peugeot goes into territories as gastronomy, interior design, without forgetting the world of motor, of course. During the Design Week in Milan, pedestrians have been enjoying on Via Tortona, a street that is synonymous with new trends in the Italian fashion capital, with a different and surprising design.

All the possibilities

All the possibilities

Imagined by Peugeot Design Lab, the Foodtruck Peugeot adopts shapes and unprecedented functions in a vehicle of this kind. More than a mobile food stall, this concept-car is at the service of new experiences and a mobile restoration of quality, transformed into Le Bistrot du Lion.

Le Bistrot du Lion

Le Bistrot du Lion

This innovative culinary concept includes spaces for preparation, catering and refreshment which are added to a space dedicated to the mixture of music with the Peugeot Music digital platform. Besides, the Foodtruck has everything you need so that up to 30 guests can be comfortably installed on the outside and enjoy the charm of eating outdoors.

Outdoors

Outdoors

A 46-inch screen and a set of 8 midrange speakers and 32 tweeters by Focal are allocated among the van and its trailer. The preparation and cooking materials installed are professional and multi-purpose to be adapted to the inspiration and the talent of any chef and any cuisine: gastronomical, fusion, molecular cuisine…

Peugeot Design Lab has also designed the essential seasoning for any chef and homemaker, a pair of salt and pepper grinders under the name of ‘Milan’, in honor of the Lombard capital. Made of beech wood, it adopts the exclusive U-Select system, which allows to adjust accurately the size, and with it the taste of ground salt and pepper with its six sizes graduation.

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