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When we saw it in Frankfurt, Andre Costa's vision of a Peugeot of the future made us think of the Depeche Mode song "Strangelove 88." We're not quite sure why, though we could probably see the Moovie swiveling on its wheelchair-like rollers in time to the robotic drum-machine groove. Thinking back, maybe it's because the concept expresses an aesthetic both unrelated to the present and underivative of the past, kind of like Depeche Mode. Or maybe it's just a strange-looking car. Actually, it also made us think of "Doin' da Butt," so maybe we're just punchy from too little sleep.

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