Touch Me Michael, I Drive Just for You

You love light-up cars, right? You want your car to stick-out and keep the streets bright, right? How would you like your car to be uniquely coded to open and activate based on your touch- your fingerprints and more? Ask Enache Florin to hand the plans over. Here is the Peugeot “Touch.”

Designer Enache Florin keeps your car private, maybe:

[The Peugeot Touch] has a light weight body that in some areas, like the doors, are placed touch-sensitive sensors and finger recognition. [These sensors ensure that] only the owner can use the car. Everything is opened [and activated] by touch. The lights compose symbols made out of LED’s, in this way the car has it’s own identity at night. This associates the car with its parent company, identifying it uniquely as the Peugeot Touch.

Take note: if you want to ask questions about the logistics of the “Touch,” post comments below and Mr. Florin or one of his associates would be happy to answer some way or another, I’m sure.

1. This is no inexpensive car, for sure, but once the price barrier is broken, will a car that’s gotta be programmed to it’s driver be a realistic goal?

2. How about if we take that feature and make it regular for lots of cars?

3. Speed Racer. Time-lapse photography’s gonna be hot with this one.

Designer: Enache Florin


  • foodcert says:

    so cool,i could feel the envious eyes of the passerby on the road

  • sleejay says:

    beautiful. absolutely stunning car…

  • zippyflounder says:

    i assume this is for the sunny climes, monaco and such because touching a car bare handed at -10 F or coverd in snow is not a enjoyable experiance. My normal gripes, wheels have no suspension travel etc but thats just a mockup and rendering style.

  • powers says:

    This concept has some very nice lines, the proportions are classic and well balanced and there are some interesting ideas, which, will most likely wind up on our cars at varying levels of implementation in the not too distant future. My biggest complaint is in the rear where the black oozes down into the bumper section needs some major rethinking.

  • illeaturface says:

    kake on a jumbo

  • trimtab21 says:

    freakin awesome design!!!!

  • fb says:

    love the design
    hate the sage rims

  • Andy C says:

    Very nice design; my only concern would be the F1 style side mirrors. At that size and height it would be very difficult to get a good view of other vehicles on the road. If they were increased in size and more classically positioned I think this could be a definate goer. Not keen on the wheels but that is just a matter of personal taste!

  • Eric says:

    Wow I think some people on here like to assume things are designed for everyone to own. If you live in a climate that doesn’t support this vehicle, then don’t buy it, more for us! My 2 cents would be this: If there is touch technology in the door, why are there mirrors on the car at all? I really thought all concept car designs were past that. Regardless, beautiful car.

  • Kane says:

    I would be concerned about any security risks that may arise from the touch features. Would there be possibility of print cloning, should a potential thief locate a corresponding print somewhere on the car’s exterior gloss paint.
    If i was a thief i would probably take a look round the drivers side door for prints, make a clone, apply it to the sensor and shebang!: a nice, free, peugeot.

    • Eric says:

      There is technology being developed that genetically matches you as the true owner, it’s being thought of for use on laptop security for example, I’m sure it could easily be applied to this case. Then only allowed genetic matches will actually open the door. Good thinking though!

  • KwangErn says:

    Love it!!

    Gotta agree about the side mirrors, they don’t seem practical. The back needs some small adjustments. And security POV, am sure with the right technology, it’d be fine. 🙂

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  • frank says:

    so my question to the industry….why not beeing brave just for ones and bring out some “all agreed”radical new designed car in reality!!!with at least the key-design features!!! audi TT is just the best example!! it took audi about 8!!!! years to get from the rosemaier concept to the TT and it was still new edge!!! so pleeeaaasse peogot just be brave with your design elements!! there is the future laying in front of you!!!

  • Omg says:

    Unless you get hi-jacked by one of them

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