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This Peugeot-designed piano looks good enough to drive

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Well no - it's a piano. Obviously....

Hang on. You lost me at Peugeot. Is this a piano or…

Yep. That’s a piano alright and yes, it’s designed by Peugeot. The car company.

Uh huh. Why?

Why not? You’ve seen Porsche designed toasters, kettles and even BlackBerry handsets, so a piano designed by the maestros at Peugeot’s design lab isn’t the most far-fetched thing in the world. You have to admit, it looks pretty sleek, right?

That is does. Anything special about it?

Peugeot has teamed up with the world’s oldest piano makers Pleyel to forge the sleekest and sexiest piano we’ve ever laid our eyes on. From its space age design and steel and carbon fibre body, to the traditional classy black lacquer finish, the Peugeot/Pleyel piano is a joy to behold.

It’s even been designed to maximise the view of the artist’s hands as they magically caress the keys to produce tear-inducing angelic melodies. Or in our case, a hashed-together rendition of chopsticks. What a waste of time those piano lessons were… 

[PeugeotDesignLab via Dvice]

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