French firm Peugeot's new RCZ coupe has at least some striking features that are capable to stun critics.
RCZ coupe’s single-piece aluminium roof arches, striking "double-bubble" contours of the main roof panel and complex rear screen makes it praise-worthy. However, coupe’s "fish-face" look mars some of the company's modern conventional models.
Coupe’s squat stance along with its compact dimensions makes it look like Audi’s TT.
Like older Peugeots, RCZ runs very quietly on roads. So RCZ will not contribute to noise pollution on roads.
The company has launched the RCZ coupe in two petrol versions and a diesel. The 2.0-litre diesel engine, which is economical, comes with 163 horsepower, while the entry-level coupe comes with a 1.6-litre 156 horsepower turbo petrol engine.
The RCZ coupe is expected to hit the British roads in May. It is estimated to cost between £20,450 and £25,050.