Monday, March 2, 2015


Peugeot presented the RCZ in 2009 as a games roadster cycle of the 308 conservative. Based on PSA's universal PF2, front-wheel-drive stage, the RCZ has been generally welcomed, increasing a few recompenses in Europe and applause for its spry taking care of, capable gas motors and thrifty diesel plants. The execution arranged RCZ R additionally got rave surveys, being portrayed as a superior choice to the dull Audi TT. Come 2015, and the RCZ R has grown a bit long in the tooth, particularly with a shiny new TTS around the bend. In any case, Peugeot isn't eager to surrender simply yet and presented another uncommon version model. 

Named Bimota Special Edition, the car was made in a joint effort with the Italian cruiser maker Bimota, and is recognized by an elite hustling like uniform and different inner part and drivetrain redesigns. Continue perusing for the full rundown on the most capable RCZ R ever made.The exterior of the RCZ R Bimota is identical to the vehicle it is based on as far as body panels and aerodynamic features go, but it does stand out thanks to its unique livery. The coupe is wrapped in a special paint scheme that incorporates red, white and black with Bimota decals and the Italian flag on the rear fenders. The roof is finished in matte black, while the side mirrors received a gloss finish.

If you’re not familiar with Bimota motorcycles, the car’s livery mimics the paint scheme on the company’s recent TESI 3D line. Rounding off the special exterior is a set of five-spoke alloy wheels painted black with red accents and red Peugeot center caps, as well as red brake calipers.Modifications are a bit more comprehensive on the inside. The bolstered, leather/Alcantara front seats have been slightly revised and fitted with "Bimota" logos and "#51" lettering. The rear seats, on the other hand, have been replaced by an Alcantara-wrapped box that provides storage room for two helmets. More Alcantara and red contrasting stitching covers the dashboard, which now includes a new TomTom Bridge infotainment system with 7-inch display. Lastly, the GoPro cameras mounted in the headliner and the front bumper will enable drivers to document their weekends at the track.

Otherwise, everything else remains standard RCZ R equipment, meaning drivers will get the same "R" monograms on the front seats, a short-shift gear stick with aluminum knob and red highlights, embossed door sills, and leather steering wheel, door panels and armrests.Not at all like most extraordinary release models, the RCZ R Bimota is more than only a standard adaptation with visual updates all around. This car likewise packs an all the more influential motor, with the turbocharged, 1.6-liter, four-chamber having been upgraded to 300 drive. That is a huge 34-drive change over the standard RCZ R. The RCZ R Bimota earned boasting rights to the most compelling motor of this removal in any prodcution auto. 

Despite the fact that Peugeot has yet to discharge execution figures for the RCZ R Bimota, I anticipate that it will be altogether speedier than the standard RCZ R from nothing to 60 mph. While the recent needs 5.9 seconds to hit that benchmark, the Bimota Special Edition ought to need around 5.6. Top pace will probably stay restricted to 155 mph. 

Motor improvements aside, the RCZ R Bimota likewise profits from bigger, 380 mm (15-inch) front brake plates and four-cylinder calipers. The suspension as likewise been dropped by 10 mm (0.4 inches) for enhanced handling .Evaluating for the RCZ R Bimota is still a riddle as of February 2015, however its sheltered to expect it will get more than a standard RCZ R model. With the recent estimated from €43,350 (about $49,300 starting 02/18/2015), I expect the Bimota-badged car to cost in overabundance of €47,000 (or $53,500). On the other hand, don't get you're trusts up on discovering the RCZ R Bimota in U.S. dealerships. As you may know, Peugeot pulled  out of the U.S. in 1991 and a rebound isn't likely at any point in the near future. 

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