Peugeot has announced that its 907 GT supercar concept is to perform demonstration runs at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The 907, which is powered by a 6.0-litre 500bhp V12 engine, will participate in the Supercar Runs, which take place at lunchtime on the Saturday and Sunday of the Festival (8 and 9 July).
The two-seater 907 is a one-off carbon fibre concept. It's over 4.3 metres long but weighs just 1400kg, giving it a power-to-weight ratio of 347bhp per tonne. It features an integral glass roof, side vents in the front wings and rear quarter panels, a retractable rear spoiler and a glazed panel set into the bonnet to show the 12 intake trumpets.
In addition to the Supercar Runs, the 907 will also make runs on Friday morning and afternoon, before free practice.