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Brace of Peugeot concepts for Geneva

12 February 2007

Peugeot will unveil a concept version of its forthcoming 207 SW estate at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

Called the Outdoor, the concept car features chunky tyres, body cladding and raised ride height, all of which are likely to be dropped from the production car, which goes on sale late this year.

The rest of the look of the car will remain unchanged, including the 407 SW-style wrap-around rear windscreen and sweeping D-pillar.

The 207 supermini estate will be bigger than the 206 version, and it should be more practical, too - the tailgate of the car is split into two sections.

Also on the Peugeot stand will be a 4007 designed by Holland and Holland (the London-based gun and clothing manufacturer).

It features bronze-coloured paintwork 'dressed with waterproof leather finishes', 20-inch alloy wheels and a black and green leather interior.

The Holland and Holland car is unlikely to ever find its way into a showroom, but the 4007 and 207 CC and GTi are also on show for the first time at Geneva, and will be at a dealership near you soon.

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