A happy owner won Peugeot RCZ Sports Coupe at the Goodwood Festival of Speed
Because of the huge interest in the new Peugeot RCZ Sports Coupe, the orders for the first five weeks already exceeding over half the 2010 production allocation. Many of them include personalisation options that are a key part of the RCZ specification and available to configure online. The range is also expanded with more petrol versions: a THP 156 Automatic and the THP 200 available in both Sport and GT trim levels.
Matthew Stollery from Gwent, South Wales, won Peugeot RCZ at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last weekend. He collected the keys from UK Managing Director Jon Goodman.
"I'm so happy. I still can't believe I have won this sleek, sexy, amazing car!" commented Stollery.
"Although I enter competitions regularly I have never won anything before so I am really looking forward to driving back to Wales in it and showing it off to my friends and colleagues at the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service.", he added.
"Wow, what a month for the newly launched Peugeot RCZ. It's already a multi-award winner and was rapturously received at launches up and down the country, and across the world. Demand for RCZ has also been unprecedented, so the new models will be a welcome extension to the range. Matthew was certainly ‘the chosen one' in our RCZ Facebook ‘It Chooses You' campaign, so I imagine he drove off to Wales with a grin as wide as the Severn Bridge!", said Jon Goodman.
The most anticipated RCZ THP 200 is combined with with a six-speed manual gearbox. It features distinctive double-bubble roof. The front suspension includes larger brakes and hubs with a strengthened lower bracing bar to enhance the handling and sure-footed ride. THP 200 models are also equipped with the Sports Kit as standard, that includes a small diameter steering wheel and a short, quick-throw gear lever.