The new Peugeot 108 TOP! Roland Garros has a sporty, sophisticated flair. In addition to the striking LED Daytime running lights and tinted rear windows, the clay-coloured Roland-Garros branding adds distinctive touches to the exterior, on the front doors and tailgate, the wing mirrors, the front of the roof and the centre caps of the 15" alloy wheels. The finishing touch is the glossy black rear diffusor with central chrome exhaust finisher.
The Peugeot 108 TOP! Roland Garros interior sports Grey Rayura cloth upholstery with orange trim, Roland-Garros branded carpet mats and an interior ambience which includes a porcelain dash insert with orange air vent finisher and porcelain centre console surround.
The new 108 TOP! Roland Garros also offers a wide range of standard equipment: 7" Colour Touch Screen with DAB Digital Radio and Bluetooth® functionality, Satellite Navigation, Reversing Camera, Automatic Air Conditioning, Active City Brake with Lane Departure Warning and the Peugeot Open & Go system, meaning you’re ready to go with keyless entry.
The 108 TOP! Roland Garros is available with a 1.2L PureTech 82 petrol engine. This 3-cylinder petrol engine technology delivers energetic drive and performance, excellent fuel economy and low CO2 emissions.
The Peugeot 108 TOP! Roland Garros special edition is available as a 3-door or 5-door, in the popular Diamond White paint finish and features a black fabric retractable roof as standard, which complements both the body colour and clay-coloured Roland-Garros branding.
Peugeot's partnership with Roland-Garros began in 1984, and during the 2015 Roland-Garros French Open, as partner and official transporter, Peugeot fielded a fleet of more than 200 vehicles transporting players, VIPs and the public throughout the event.
In 1989 Peugeot introduced its first Roland-Garros special edition vehicles. Since then, all of them have been specially developed in partnership with Roland-Garros, and the models chosen have been those that most closely match the image of tennis and the Roland-Garros Open, with the 108 TOP! Roland Garros being the latest.