Big Peugeot day today =]
An all-new style and desirability push for the brand is now coming to fruition with better designs outside and in. To drive the point home, a new GT Line offers damn sexy and very on-trend trim choices for almost a dozen Peugeot models. The GT Line is a top-flight equipment and design upgrade and can be specced with a variety of engine and transmission choices for the RCZ, 208, 308 and the new 508 models.
Consisting of glacier white exterior paints with gloss-black detailing, the GT Line really looks fantastic. Dark wheels and dark headlight graphics are fantastic contrasts to the new full-LED lamps of the 308 and 508 GT Lines.
A strong look especially for the RCZ GT, which wears a gloss black roof to fantastic effect.
2015 Peugeot GT Line
SPORTS LOOK ENHANCES NEW PEUGEOT ‘GT LINE’ MODELS
- A performance aspect enhances a range of Peugeot models with the ‘GT Line’ trim
- Available on the award-winning 308, 508, RCZ and new 208
- Offered in a wide variety of engine and transmission options, it addresses demand for high spec
- Sporting model range has long been a Peugeot characteristic and enhances product desire
A new sportier PEUGEOT range is launched under the identity of ‘GT Line’, which presents a visually enhanced, sportier aspect to the 308, 508, RCZ and new 208 ranges, expanding customer choice and positioned high-up in the range. With dynamic style, the new GT Line models provide customers with a valued combination similar in the style and equipment of the GT versions and with more affordable engines.
In most cases the GT Line models can be identified by their larger wheels, twin exhaust tailpipes, RedLine colour scheme for the touch screen, Full-LED headlamps (308 & 508), LED directional indicators (308, 508) and LED rear lights (208, 308, 508). A sporty and top-of-the-range ambience comes through with the association of black and red trim and ‘GT Line’ badging applied to the bodywork.
New PEUGEOT 208 GT Line: a striking new trim level of choice
The revised PEUGEOT 208 continues its move up-market with the arrival of a new trim level specification – GT Line – and adopts many of the styling attributes of the iconic GTi model.
Available in three and five-door versions, 208 GT Line is available with a choice of three engines – the 1.2-litre PureTech 110hp S&S petrol in manual or EAT6 (auto) transmissions or the 1.6-litre BlueHDi diesel in either 100hp or 120hp outputs. The GT Line finish is derived from the Allure trim and features an ‘Equalizer grille’ with red 3D markings, a gloss black grille and front fog lamp finishers, with 17-inch Caesium alloy wheels, gloss black door mirror shells, chrome window surrounds and a chrome exhaust finisher. It has GT Line badges on the grille, front wings and tailgate, plus red PEUGEOT lettering front and rear.
The cabin boasts attractive black and red sports seats with red stitching, which is repeated on the door panels and gear lever gaiter/grip. Gloss black door handles with red line at the front, leather sports steering wheel with a flat base section, red stitching and a satin chrome insert, complement black seat belts with distinctive red line, aluminium PEUGEOT door sill finishers and aluminium pedal trims.
PEUGEOT 308 Hatchback GT Line, 308 SW GT Line