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World debut for Peugeot 407 SW

PEUGEOT'S 407 estate (pictured) made its world debut this week at the Geneva Motor Show.

The car, which goes on sale at the end of May, features a panoramic glass roof as standard and pricing for the SW starts from £15,850.


As previously announced, trim levels will be S, SE, SV and Executive trim levels, starting at £14,750 for the 1.8-litre saloon in S trim (£15,850 for the 1.8-litre SW) rising to £23,350 for the top of the range 3.0-litre petrol V6 SW in Executive trim (Fleet NewsNet, February 26).

Mazda is using the Geneva show to reveal a possible direction for future products. Its MX-Flexa concept car (pictured below), a six-seater people carrier, made its global premiere and MX-Micro Sport concept car its European debut.


Volkswagen is showing its cabriolet-coupe concept design.

A spokesman said: 'The vehicle features a new generation of fold-away steel roof, which transforms this four-seat Volkswagen from a coupe to a cabriolet or vice-versa in a matter of seconds.'

Called Concept C it is driven by a 150bhp FSI engine.

Your Concept Car (YCC) (pictured below), which is Volvo's latest concept car, is making its world debut and is the creation of an all-woman project team.


Features include a personalised driving position and easy parking system, gull-wing doors for easier access and improved visibility, an interior that can be personalised and updated, cinema style rear seats and storage space between the front seats by using an electronic handbrake and moving the gearchange control to the steering wheel.

  • See FNN next week for full Geneva Motor Show coverage.

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