Peugeot ‘Roland Garros’ Special Edition Revealed

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Peugeot Serves Up A Double With The Special Edition 207CC & 308CC

Peugeot, official sponsors of the French Open have served up a double with the unveiling of two ‘Roland Garros’ Special Edition Coupé Cabriolet cars, inspired by the famous tennis tournament.

These Roland Garros models are strikingly distinctive in their bespoke black and white colours, both on the popular 207 CC and the 308 CC and are available with the 1.6-litre HDi 112 diesel engine or the 1.6-litre VTi 120 petrol.

Both of these highly-specified models have Roland Garros branding featuring luxury trimmed leather seats, Roland Garros branded wind blocker, Roland Garros embroidered carpet mats and exterior badging. Other features include Bi-Zone air conditioning, cruise control and automatic headlamps.

The 207 CC is riding on 17-inch ‘Melbourne’ alloy wheels and the 308 CC has been equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels.

These are beautifully styled convertible’s brimming with elegance and luxury.

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Andrew Kirkley

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