In 1889, the visionary Armand Peugeot leads the company to unveil the first motor vehicle with the Peugeot name: the Serpollet-Peugeot, a steam-powered three-wheeler produced in collaboration with Léon Serpollet. In 1890, Armand Peugeot abandons steam in favour of petrol and produces Peugeot’s first four-wheeled, petrol-driven vehicle: the Type 2, with a Daimler engine.
Since 1850, Peugeot has been represented by the Lion symbol. Originally appearing on the company’s saw blades, the Lion symbolised the toughness of the saw’s teeth, the flexibility of blade like the lion’s spine, the strength of the steel and the speed of the cut, like a bounding lion.
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