The 107 will become Peugeot’s entry-level car in the small car B segment and will be launched in the summer.
Peugeot’s new small car has been developed and built as part of a joint venture between PSA Peugeot Citroen and Toyota Motor Corporation. The 107 will be manufactured at the Toyota Peugeot Citroen Automobiles (TPCA) plant in Kolin, Czech Republic, alongside its two "sister cars", Toyota Aygo and Citroen C1. The plant will have an annual production capacity of 300,000 vehicles, 100,000 units each for Peugeot and Citroen and 100,000 for Toyota.
The Peugeot 107 has been designed and engineered on the same platform as its sister cars. The brief for the Peugeot Design Centre was to create a compact car, with an assertive character, versatile in use, and above all totally at ease in an urban environment.
The exterior appearance radiates the feline character specific to the Peugeot marque, with large almond-shaped headlamps, a wide ‘mouth’, and a large, inclined front windscreen. At the rear, rounded, vertical lights frame an all-glass tailgate. The lower front panel, features body-colour paintwork on all versions.
The 107 will be available with a choice of 8 exterior colours - five metallic and three solid colours. All of these colours have been specially created to reflect the individual character of the car.
The 107 range will be available in either 3 or 5-door silhouettes, with a single level of trim and two power trains.
Standard specification includes front airbags, side airbags, ABS, power steering, adjustable steering wheel, rear wash wipe, adjustable rear-view mirrors, electric windows, remote-controlled door locking, a full-size spare wheel, and body-colour bumpers with black protective capping, body coloured door mirrors and door handles and a 50/50 split rear bench seat with rear head restraints and side protection.