Peugeot Scooters Django

Peugeot Scooters Django

With the musical resonance of its name and its irresistibly retro lines, Django is a scooter that seems to want to re-write history more than half a century later: a history of style. Standing firmly on its 12″ wheels, Django seems to project itself like a flagship with its rounded rear wings with slashes for the three air intakes, its extended body, its retro dashboard, inviting upholstery, flat foot-board and numerous storage compartments.
With 24 colours in the catalogue, three types of rear-view mirror, seven different saddles, bright aluminium or chrome body trims and a unique light signature, Django is customisable to the extreme. With no fewer than 118,000 combinations, everyone can create a scooter that matches them.

EXPERIMENT

its equipments

With the musical resonance of its name and its irresistibly retro lines, Django is a scooter that seems to want to re-write history more than half a century later: a history of style. Standing firmly on its 12″ wheels, Django seems to project itself like a flagship with its rounded rear wings with slashes for the three air intakes, its extended body, its retro dashboard, inviting upholstery, flat foot-board and numerous storage compartments.

Retro Dashboard

Harking back to the the legendary 203, the speedometer has retro printing a contoured surface and a short needle, not forgetting a dashboard with a very “fifties” feel.

FEEL

its customisation

With 24 colours in the catalogue, three types of rear-view mirror, seven different saddles, bright aluminium or chrome body trims and a unique light signature, Django is customisable to the extreme. With no fewer than 118,000 combinations, everyone can create a scooter that matches them.

WATCH

its retro appeal

The scooter plays with contrast, its retro style opposing the resolutely modern equipement with 4 efficient and economical engines. While undeniably retro from a strictly aesthetic point of view, at the same time the Django is a scooter with modern technology. The scooter plays with contrasts, its retro style opposing the resolutely modern, efficient and economical engines.