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Geneva Motor Show: Peugeot introduces the 307 CC cabriolet

PEUGEOT showed its 307 CC in production form for the first time, keeping to its promise that it would closely resemble the concept model shown in Paris last year.

The four-seat coupe cabriolet (pictured) will go on sale this summer with a fully retractable electric hardtop. The rear diode lights used in the concept model are retained and are unique in the 307 range.

When it goes on sale in the UK, the 307 CC will initially be available with two powerplants: a 138bhp 2.0-litre and highly-tuned 180bhp 2.0-litre unit, which will also be seen in the forthcoming 206 GTI 180. The smaller-engined version will be available with a 'Porsche Tiptronic System' four-speed sutomatic gearbox. Prices are yet to be announced.

Although a concept, Peugeot hinted at a future luxury version of the new 807 with its Grande Tourisme model.

Designed to carry four in leather-lined luxury, the Grande Tourisme has a 13in TV screen for each of the rear passengers, a full telematics system, refrigerated storage units, electrically retractable footrests and a DVD player.


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