PARIS — Global automakers used the recent Mondial de l'Automobile to show off their future product offerings. But it was the French that stole the show with both production vehicles and wild concept cars. It was all about toys at the Automobiles Peugeot stand, where the automaker unveiled its playful City Toyz concept vehicles. Developed by Peugeot's Style Center designers, City Toyz are four fun interpretations of the automobile, the company says. In the Vroomster, the driver steers ...
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