Dear God, the Peugeot Exalt Concept is good looking. As good looking as the press release is absurd.
Peugeot may have employed all of its editors to do some clarity and brevity on the design of the car, but then forgot to ask them to look over what they were sending to the public. Fortunately all of you are here to interpret what they meant.
Here are some selected comments highlighting the nonsense. Or, in Peugeot's case, the NONSENSE:
bare steel and ebony
Imposing vision? No one French has ever imposed itself on anything ever.
Not since Napoleon, no. And Dominique Strauss Kahn, allegedly.
There are parts where it sounds like NYBRO ACTION TEAM (the fake Swedish reviewers of Girls over at Gawker) wrote this, but the English is too good.
"EXALT chooses to be radical by deleting all superfluous materials, keeping only what is really useful."
Irony meter is pegged.
Of course, if you stare at the Exalt and its press release too long, you realize what Braking Bad did:
I figured out what they were going for in their design and I think they nailed it.
The back of the car is just embarrassed about everything Peugeot had to say about it.