Peugeot 407 Coupe

Discussion in 'Peugeot 407' started by webbo1973, Jul 15, 2005.

  1. webbo1973

    webbo1973 Guest

    I was leaving Paris's Gare du Nord station last Friday night (09/07/05)
    when I saw a gorgeous silver Peugeot 407 Coupe. At first I thought it
    must be out in France and not yet in England, however after searching
    the web it looks like it's not out even in France. I can only presume
    this was a test car and that some sadist decided to see how it handled
    Friday night rush hour traffic in Paris!!

    I was so surprised to see this car (I was a passenger in another car
    next to it) that I kept looking at it over my shoulder as we went past.
    The passenger (a smartly dressed man) was staring at me, perhaps
    thinking I was going to take some snaps or atleast that I knew he was
    in something unusual.

    Unfortunately I don't have any pictures, but if you look here you can
    see it:

    (the one I saw was silver, registered and there was nothing obvious to
    me that it wasn't a finalised production car - hence why I assumed the
    model was released in France).

    It does look quite similar to the old 406 coupe - the back is beautiful
    and I thought it was a lovely looking car.

    Looking forward to seeing it here when it's released.

    webbo1973, Jul 15, 2005
  2. webbo1973

    G.T Guest

    Nope, not released yet, should be late this year, IIRC.
    I had the same shock when I saw the 206CC three months before its official
    release, on the road near to my home. I even posted it here - little make-up
    with the rollbar.


    205 Diesel & turbo-Diesel :
    G.T, Jul 15, 2005
  3. I can hep ya out here a little i think. Go to and
    check coupe chat section in forum wher youll see more pics of it out on road
    and on transporters.
    WIlliam McCone, Jul 16, 2005
  4. webbo1973

    Nom Guest
    Nom, Jul 18, 2005
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