In 1979 Peugeot presented the 505. In the same year, body builder Heuliez presented a clever interpretation of a leisure vehicle based on a 504 at the Paris Motor Show. Inspired by the Simca Matra Rancho. It is a one-piece housing in a combination of steel and polyester. The living area has been increased compared to a regular station wagon and can also be adapted to the wishes and use of the customer at will. The interior is wrapped in brown and orange fabrics in colors typical of these disco years.
The car is nicely made with some accessories including Wolfrace rims. In the front is an Indénor XD88 from 1948 cc with 57 hp. It has remained a concept and is currently in the Peugeot Museum in Sochaux.