After the wheel-cocking Rallye series, Peugeot lost its way a bit. Not that the cars that followed were that bad, but the French firm seemed to resign itself to a life of mediocrity. Churn it out. Go home early.
But then in 2009, Peugeot showed off its RCZ concept at the Frankfurt motor show - a Zagato-inspired bubble-buttocked coupe that won much praise when the company put it into production, pretty much unchanged.
Following the RCZ came the Pikes Peak-obliterating 208 T16, news of a new Dakar racer, and a mischief of concepts that showed Pug was finally getting its mojo back. OK, some of the road stuff still needs some French polishing, but the future’s looking bright. Just look at the new Exalt…
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