- PEUGEOT GTi - first introduced with the iconic 205 GTi back in 1984
- GTi badge has proudly featured on performance versions of the Brand's products ever since
- The PEUGEOT Brand is on the move up-market and GTi is a key aspect of that journey
PEUGEOT is celebrating 30 years of the GTi in 2014 and at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (27th-29th June) in the Supercar & ‘First Glimpse' class, a specially-enhanced 208 GTi 30th Anniversary Limited Edition makes its world debut on display with dynamic demonstrations.
The 208 GTi 30th Anniversary will be available for viewing on static display in the Moving Motor Show showroom and on the Hillclimb at speed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The debut of the 208 GTi 30th Anniversary is similar to the reveal of the RCZ R the previous year and is all part of the exciting showcase of products placed on display at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed by PEUGEOT that includes an enviable line-up:
On display at the PEUGEOT Stand:
- 2008 DKR - the Dakar challenger for the 2015 endurance competition
- PEUGEOT Design Lab mezzanine space displaying the ONYX Sofa - on sale at €135,000
- 'PEUGEOT Gravity Drop' public ride - pre-booking available at www.peugeotenjoytheride.co.uk
- Exalt Concept Car(European debut)
- RCZ R Sports Coupé - 270bhp 1.6-litre road car
- 308 R Concept Car (270bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine)
- 208 HYbrid FE Demonstrator(capable of 0-60mph in 8.0seconds / 46g/km CO2)
- 308 Hatchback(2014 European Car of the Year)
- 208 GTi Prestige(fully-specified model)
On dynamic demonstration up the Goodwood Hillclimb:
- 2014 208 GTi 30th Anniversary Limited Edition(World debut)
- 2013 208 T16 Pikes Peak car - driven by 9-times World Rally Champion Sébastien Loeb
- 1988 405 T16 GR Pikes Peak - driven by Enda Garvey
On show at the Cartier ‘Style et Luxe':
- 2004 907 V12 Coupé Concept
In 2014, PEUGEOT marks a 125-year anniversary of automotive development, following the brands evolution initiated in 1810 from a business developing cutting tools and mills, kitchen utensils and other developments.