PARIS – For a century, auto makers have sold their products based on their engines or their size or their interior luxury. PSA Peugeot Citroen of France breaks new ground in trying to sell its 1007 based on its doors. Doors of Peugeot 1007 slide open at touch of a key-fob button. The two doors of the 4-seat 1007 city car slide open at the touch of a button on the key fob. Two buttons on the remote unit, integrated into the key itself, control central locking and unlocking. Two ...

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