Peugeot Reveal Special Edition RCZ Onyx

Special Edition

This latest special edition model of the 2+2 coupe will be rolled out in France and Germany only.

While the stock Peugeot RCZ is offered across Europe and in a select few countries worldwide (not the U.S.), the latest special edition model of the coupe is being reserved exclusively for the French and German markets. Christened the 'Onyx,' the limited edition model is offered with a 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-four gasoline unit good for 154hp and a 2.0-liter HDI turbo diesel that generates 161hp as well as considerably more torque.

Customers will be faced with a choice of four body colors, namely: Blanc Opale (white), Gris Sidobre (grey), Gris Haria (grey) and Noir Perla (black). All come with a carbon-fiber finish roof, a gloss front grille & door mirror caps, and 19-inch alloys in Midnight Silver. A custom interior include two-tone upholstery with silver stitching that adorns the sports seats, dashboard and center console. Additional features include a navigation system and 'Comfort' and 'Sport' packages. The RCZ Onyx is priced in France at 34,500 Euros for the diesel unit and 32,000 Euros for its gasoline sibling.

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