The Peugeot 307 CC – one of the most eagerly awaited cars of 2003 – will be seen for the first time in full production guise at this year’s Geneva motor show.
- Stylish new Peugeot 307 CC production model debut
- Two exciting new concepts – the Hoggar buggy and the 807 Grand Tourisme
Shown as a concept for the first time at the Paris motor show in September 2002, the four-seat coupé cabriolet offers style and outstanding dynamic qualities along with practicality and enough space to accommodate four adults in comfort. The 307 CC will be the first four-seat convertible car with an electrically operated hard-top in its class when it goes on sale during summer 2003.
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Following the example of its predecessor the 206 CC, the 307 Coupé Cabriolet is equipped with a retractable roof, which is stored automatically in the boot by means of new-generation electronics, providing neat, stylish lines and effortless practicality. The distinctive diode rear lights, first seen on the original concept version, are retained on the 307 CC, and are unique to this model.
The interior of the 307 CC reveals a surprisingly spacious passenger compartment, which can seat up to four people in extremely high standards of safety and comfort thanks to the two rear seats that are adapted to the special architecture of the 307 CC, providing passengers with exceptionally generous shoulder room.
When it goes on sale in the UK, 307 CC will initially be available with two power options – the 138 bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine and the eagerly awaited 180 bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine. The 307 CC can be specified with the ‘all-leather’ interior similar to that shown in the 3© 7 CC concept car while some derivatives will feature a half-leather interior as standard.