|Django will feature a long list of personalised options|
Yes, I know....hardly anybody in the bike industry listens to new ideas. So what do we know about the Django?
Channelling the curvy styling, pastel colours and Bakelite homewares of the 1950s, the Django is available in 50cc two stroke, 125cc and 150cc four stroke engine formats.
There are lots of styling options as well, including paint combos like two-tone brown, red and white, blue/grey and a striking French Blue.
But although the Django is old fashioned, the Peugeot factory have done something modern, in that you can personalise the scooter almost any which way you like. In fact, the bespoke factory customisation service means there are 118,000 different styling options.
Yes, 118,000 variations.
Under the 50s glamour looks, the Django has modern features like fuel injection, linked disc brakes, LED instruments and a 12v socket to charge up your smartphone. There’s enough space under the dual seat for a Jet style helmet. There’s a small luggage space near the headset too.
No prices for the UK as yet, but you can bet a personalised Django 125 will be around £2800-£3000, depending on your options wish list. More info from Peugeot Scooters website here.