MoOnster 2020 Marko Lukovic Peugeot – France

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Lecoq body (PEUGEOT) MoOnster 2020
Marko Lukovic 1977

The Moonster is a concept car from the French automaker Peugeot.

Designed by Serbian Designer Marko Lukovic

Length 4000 mm

Width 1950 mm

Height 1650 mm



Peugeot Moonster


January 2001 – Futuristic MoOnster Concept Car

Was chosen as a winning project among the 2000 offers from all over the world, which took place in the first

Peugeot international competition on the Internet “PEUGEOT 2020 – design competition”.

September 2001 – Frankfurt Motor Show

All phases of the project were carried out in collaboration with the team of engineers, manufacturers and modelers AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT, Paris, France.

The futuristic concept car MoOnster was chosen as the winning project among 2000 offers of the whole world, which took place at the International competition first Peugeot Internet – “PEUGEOT 2020 – design competition ".

You remember the design competition launched by Peugeot on the Internet ? It was stipulated that the project would be unveiled winner, life size, at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2001. The result is dropped and the dream becomes reality for Marko Lukovic, a young Yugoslav Designer, student at the University of Applied Arts in Belgrade. And the big surprise ! Needless to say Marko Ludovic is fond of comic books and science fiction movies. But where he went for it all ?

Produced under the project management of the Peugeot Style Center, with the help of coachbuilder Lecoq, which ensured the manufacture of aluminum dress, Moonster measure 4 m long and 1,95 m wide, with a wheelbase of 3 m and a height of 1,65 m. Moonster is a kind of metallic fluid form sculpture, aerodynamic, hydrodynamic or by a certain origin ichtyologiwhat. Like a fish in water, or rather in the sea of ​​tranquility ! With its two-seater cockpit, the Moonster, as indicated by his name, would indeed well have been the Apollo or the Cosmos TV series 1999. Looking for selenite ! Stronger, tires 300 × 55 R21 provide unprecedented sculptures evoking the imprints left by astronauts on the Moon.

And the dream becomes reality for Marko Lukovic, a young Yugoslav Designer, student at the University of Applied Arts in Belgrade. 2001, 2010 and 2020 !

Introducing the Body Lecoq

Presentation of the body Lecoq 2015

Lecoq body – Thomas Pupils – Rétromobile (2016) PARIS
(Director at ALBAX Body Defense Body and R.P to Lecoq) PROJECT : (Lecoq body) LECOQ – RIVIERA (Riviera body) A New Workshop 3000 m 2

2001 Peugeot Moonster Concept B ELECTRIC

Peugeot – Year of production 2001 – Frankfurt Motor Show (Germany) –


Photographs by Franck Minier


MUSEUM OF ADVENTURE Peugeot Sochaux 25600 (Franche-Comté)

The Musée de l'Aventure Peugeot, Is a historical museum of the Peugeot industry founded by the Peugeot family in 1988 near its historic industrial site in Sochaux (in metropolitan Montbéliard), Franche-Comte. In May 2010, for Peugeot's 200th anniversary, an extension of 1 500 m² makes it possible to expose 35 vehicles over bringing the total to 130. The museum hosts 80 000 visitors each year, including a foreign quarter.



Virginia Maneval

I am the daughter of Jean Benjamin Maneval, famous urban architect who notably created the Bulle Six Coques, a plastic house from the pop years. You can also find me on my Facebook page or on my page La Bulle Six Coques by Jean Benjamin Maneval.

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