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  Peugeot 807 GT
 

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Country of origin:France
Produced in:2003
Introduced at:2003 Geneva Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionTo coincide with the launch of the new 807 with V6 engine, Peugeot unveiled a study in styling that magnifies the qualities of the new 807: the 807 Grand Tourisme concept. Its dynamism is enhanced by a ride height lowered by 50 mm, 18 inch wheels, more aggressively styled headlamps, longitudinal aluminium roof bars and special body sills.

The ingenuity of the 807 design is exploited here to afford a high level of comfort to all four occupants. For example, the safran beige leather seats have metal eyelets to create a sporty and luxurious feel. The backs of the front seats incorporate 13 inch flat screens that swivel to ensure an optimum viewing angle however the seat back is inclined. Lastly, all four seats offer numerous adjustments that are normally reserved for the driver alone.

The fascia panel is lined with leather, black on the upper section and safran beige along the lower edge, as on the door panels. The covers of the upper storage areas have a varnished wood finish, which is also in evidence on the upper part of the multi-function console and around the hub of the leather-covered steering wheel.

The central console, which also features leather trim, incorporates multiple functions: DVD player, refrigerated storage areas and electrically retractable foot rests. With its motorised side sliding doors and, for this model only, a panoramic glass sunroof, the 807 Grand Tourisme is naturally open to the great outdoors.

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