Heading to the Frankfurt Motor Show next month, the HX1 has seating for up to six occupants, thanks to a flexible modular 4+2 seating system.
Access to the five-metre long people-mover's oak and metal-accented interior is gained through front and rear-hinged reverse-opening scissor doors.
Interior features include a minibar and a coffee machine - as all good concepts should - and the additional pair of seats are courtesy of a fold-out system built into the back of the front seats.
Power for the HX1 comes from Peugeot and Citroen's Hybrid4 diesel-electric system, pairing a 220kW 2.2 litre HDi diesel with an electric motor integrated into the rear axle.
The system gives the concept the benefit of all-wheel-drive, along with an all-electric driving range of 30 kilometres from one charge. In combined form, the Hybrid4 system lists fuel consumption figures of just 3.2 l/100km.
The HX1 Concept will make its global debut at Frankfurt, alongside the high-riding European-market Peugeot 508 RXH.