Peugeot reveals futuristic Foodtruck concept
France's Peugeot has launched an advanced new conceptcar called Food-Truck at a unique event held in Paris.
The Food-Truck commemorates the reality that Peugeot is the sole business on earth that provides both a complete line of tableware and passenger vehicles. To improve the food-truck experience, designers opened the kitchen and placed the chef as well as the cooking as near to the consumers as you can so that you can make a cozy, little eatery-like feel. Instead, the Food-Truck and its own fitting trailer could be changed into an amphitheater-like eating room having a DJ booth as well as a 46-inch display that lets clients view the chef's every move. Peugeot claims the truck was made to to allow for up to 30 clients when it's in amphitheater mode. Chefs and foodies alike will value the truck is outfitted with 2 grilling plates, four induction burners, a deep-fryer, an expert espresso machine and two big fridges. Also, Peugeot's generations-old Poivrieres Salieres Manufacturing department assembled a pair of salt-and-pepper mills specially for the theory. Peugeot hasn't supplied technical information regarding its cafe on-wheels, although it guarantees it is completely operational.
Even though it is just a notion that WOn't see the light that expects in the end-of a production-line, the Food-Truck will be set to function throughout the Milan Design Week which will kick off on April 14th, and much later in the French Pavilion of the World Fair, Expo Milano.
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