Peugeot 207CCThu, 07 Dec 2006
Following the 207 Epure concept shown at the Paris Motor Show, Peugeot has revealed the production version, the 207CC - though without the concept's fuel-cell powertrain. Succeeding the popular 206CC launched in 2001, the 207CC obviously doesn't differ much from the show car, which was the first model touched by Co-Director Peugeot Design Jerome Gallix.
Replacing the fuel cell is a range of IC engines; two gas and one diesel. All three motors have 16 valves and 1600cc, the diesel producing 110PS and the turbos of the two gasoline options tuned for either 120PS or 150PS. Key dimensions for the Peugeot 207CC are: length 4037mm, width 1750mm, height 1397mm. The wheelbase is 2540mm, and roof up trunk capacity is 449 liters dropping to 187 liters when lowered. Sales begin in March with prices to be announced nearer the time.
Designer Interview: Jerome Gallix