The Peugeot 207 RCup Concept Car presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March gave clues to the future 207 Super 2000.

Now the next Peugeot Rally Car has completed its initial development stages on both loose and tarmac surfaces.

On 16 May, the 207 Super 2000 fired into life for the first time, watched by Bruno Famin, Technical Manager of Peugeot Sport and Bertrand Vallat, Project Manager for the 207 Super 2000. It now follows in the footsteps of the other great Peugeot Rally cars of old, such as the 205 T16 and the all conquering 206 WRC, winner of three world rally championships and a total of 65 podiums.

The car then immediately started a series of tests on both loose surface and then on tarmac. The drivers entrusted with the development of the car are Bryan Bouffier, Sebastian Lindholm and Gilles Panizzi.

Bertrand Vallat, Project Manager, commented: "To start with on the loose surface, the 207 Super 2000 showed a good level of reliability which was confirmed again on tarmac some weeks later. We are only at the initial stages of development but all the test drivers who have followed each other behind the wheel of the car have been satisfied with both the handling and performance."

The Peugeot 207 Super 2000 will be available for customers to campaign in national championships.


Engine: EW 10 J4S
Location: Front – transverse
Capacity: 1998 cc
Number of cylinders: 4
Power (hp.DIN): 280
Torque (Nm): 250
Maximum engine speed: 8500
Injection: Magneti Marelli
Throttle: Single butterfly
Number of valves: 16


Type: 4-wheel drive
Clutch: Twin disc
Gearbox: Sequential – 6 speed
Differential: 3 Autolocking


Structure: Bodyshell + Tubular Roll Cage
Front suspension: Pseudo MacPherson Strut with Peugeot Dampers
Rear suspension: Pseudo MacPherson Strut with Peugeot Dampers


Front brakes: Brembo 4 pistons, Diameter 300mm (loose surface) 355mm (tarmac)
Rear brakes: Brembo 4 pistons, Diameter 300mm (loose surface and tarmac)
Steering: Hydraulic assistance
Wheels loose surface: 18 inches
Wheels tarmac: 15 inches


Length: 4.03 m
Width: 1.80 m
Wheelbase: 2.56 m
Minimum weight: 1100 kg loose surface / 1150 kg tarmac
Fuel tank capacity: 80 litres