One of the most important changes to the 407 Coupe line up is the launch of a new derivative – the HDi 136 – and now available to order. The new 407 Coupe HDi 136 has a CO2 output of just 156g/km with 48.0mpg on the Combined Cycle. It can achieve a top speed of 129mph, and 62mph from standstill in 10.1 seconds.

Coinciding with the launch of this new model is a revised Coupe range, with a single ‘Sport’ trim level and a choice of four engines; the new 2.0-litre HDi 136, the 2.2-litre petrol, the 3.0-litre V6 petrol manual and the 2.7-litre V6 HDi automatic.

Prices for the new range start at £19,530 for the Sport 2.2-litre petrol, while the new 2.0-litre Sport HDi 136 version is available from £19,995, on the road. All Sport versions are available with, and without, RT4 satellite navigation as standard.

Key trim features of the new Sport spec include: alloy wheels, xenon headlamps, electrochrome rear mirror, cruise control and speed limiter, rear parking aid and laminated side windows. Other standard-fit features include dual-zone climate control, auto door locking, auto headlights and auto wipers, tyre pressure sensors and ESP.