Peugeot has launched special edition versions of the 3008 HYbrid4 Crossover and RCZ in Geneva
1 March 2011

Peugeot has launched special edition versions of its 3008 HYbrid4 Crossover and RCZ at the Geneva motor show.

The special edition 3008 HYbrid4 is limited to 300 units and features pearlescent white exterior with two-tone full leather trim. Orders can be made online from the beginning of March.

Read the full story on the Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4

Peugeot has also revealed its diesel-electric all-wheel drive system will be available in the 508 from 2012.

Peugeot has also launch the RCZ Asphalt edition. Based on the standard 197bhp version, features include matt grey body colour, two-tone 19-inch wheels and ‘numerous distinctive features both outside and inside that give it an unmistakeable sporty appearance’ the company claims.

The Asphalt edition will be available to buy in spring 2011.

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