The new Roland Garros special editions feature a choice of bespoke black or white paintwork and are available as the 207 CC and the 308 CC.
The 207 CC Roland Garros is available in deep Onyx Black or pure Bianca White, and comes equipped with a choice of engines: the 1.6-litre VTi 120 petrol engine or 1.6-litre HDi 112 diesel equivalent. The extra enhancements on this model would usually cost around £1,235, but have been reduced to just £650 above the Allure trim level - a saving of £585.
The 207 CC Roland Garros, available from £18,795, also features luxury Roland Garros trimmed leather seats, embroidered carpet mats and a Roland Garros branded windstop. It comes with 17” Melbourne alloy wheels, Peugeot Connect with Bluetooth, electric folding door mirrors, an electrochrome rear view mirror, cruise control and dual-zone air conditioning.
The 308 CC Roland Garros is larger, and comes with either a 1.6-litre THP 156 or THP 200 petrol engine, or a 2.0-litre HDi 163 diesel. Motorists can pick between Nera Black and Pearl White, whilst the interior features luxury blue/grey leather Roland Garros seats, 18” Dark Storm allow wheels, embroidered carpet mats, front and rear parking assistance, automatic headlamps, rain-activated wipers and Peugeot Connect with Bluetooth. The 308 CC Roland Garros is available from £25,845.
Both Roland Garros special edition coupés feature the coveted Roland Garros badge and branding.