Peugeot has unveiled the 207 CC and 308 CC Roland Garros Special Editions.
Named after the stadium where the French Open tennis tournament is held - which in turn commemorates a French First World War fighter pilot - these latest models continue a line that stretches back to the 205 Roland Garros of 1989.
The new 207 CC Roland Garros Special Edition has a UK price tag of £18,795. That’s £650 more than the Allure trim level on which it’s based, but Peugeot reckons it comes with £1,235-worth of extra kit.
Those additional features include leather upholstery, bespoke floor mats, a windstop device, 17” alloy wheels, Bluetooth, cruise control, rear parking sensors, dual-zone air conditioning and tinted rear windows.
Available with either the 1.6 litre VTi 120 petrol or 1.6 litre HDi 112 diesel engines, buyers will be able to choose from Onyx Black or Bianca White paintwork.
Alternatively, the 308 CC Roland Garros Special Edition costs £25,845. It comes with blue and grey leather trim, 18” alloys, parking sensors front and rear, Bluetooth, rain sensing wipers, a windstop and floor mats.
The colour choice comprises Nera Black and Pearl White, while power is provided by the 1.6 litre THP 156 petrol, 1.6 litre THP 200 petrol or 2.0 litre HDi 163 diesel engines.
Both Roland Garros Special Editions are available to order now.
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