Peugeot has partnered with Roland Garros for a 108 Special Edition vehicle. The partnership is more than 30 years old and therefore you have probably heard that many special vehicles have been manufactured. In 1989 the French company has introduced its first two Roland Garros 205 and the 405 estate cars. Over the next years, thanks to this partnership were developed a lot of special editions with unique body styles that most closely match the image of tennis.
This time, Peugeot has delivered the 108 car for modification. The vehicle will be available with a roof on the top, but also as a TOP! cabrio version.
The car is based on the 108 Allure model, which is powered by the 1.2-litre PureTech engine. The unit produces 82hp (60 kW) and has emissions as little as 99g/km of CO2.
The special edition car will be offered in two paint finishes from which the customers can chose: solid Diamond White and Raven Black metallic. But what differentiates this 108 from the others? It is the distinctive Roland Garros branding and orange coloured door mirrors.
In addition, there are also other specification features like the automatic air conditioning and the pretentious 15" Thorren alloys with orange centre caps. Not to mention Peugeot's Open & Go system.
Inside, the car has been wrapped with Grey Rayura cloth with orange trim. It is accentuated by the Porcelain ambience that adds a little bit of fancy feeling, while the Roland Garros branded floor mats round-out the overall interior modifications.
2015 Peugeot 108 Roland Garros Special Edition will be available after the start of the French Open Tennis Championships this month.