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Rate It: A French Take on the Audi TT Formula

Was the Peugeot RCZ a clever sports coupe, or was it little more than a weird French copy of the Audi TT?

Where Did the Modern Race Engine Come From?

The smaller-displacement, higher-revving racing engines used today are all thanks to a rebellious group of Peugeot drivers and eningeers.

Where did the modern race engine come from anyway?

Learn about the rebellious Peugeot drivers and engineers who designed the modern engine as we know it today.

Meet the 9X8, Peugeot’s wingless entry for the WEC Hypercar class

Peugeot says this wingless prototype racer is the successor to the iconic 905.

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Features: Homologated rally specials: When crazy ruled the streets

What's it like to drive four iconic Group B rally cars?

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Peugeot Readers' Rides

Aug 17, 2021 by Luke
1994 Peugeot 405 D70 SRDT

My new beater. On paper, a French-built FWD 1.9 turbo-diesel doesn't sound like much, but this thing is a blast to drive in the twisties - handles nicely and pulls …

Aug 17, 2021 by bryancohnracing
1987 Peugeot 505 Turbo

Ex SSB car being re-born for NASA PT or ? Competition!

Aug 17, 2021 by ohms
1984 Peugeot 505 sti

xn6 4cyl, 3spd auto

Aug 17, 2021 by 2VT
1986 Peugeot 505 Turbo

After being used on a Peugeot commercial, this car won SCCA's Showroom Stock B National Championship 2 years in a row. It then was driven as a street car for …

Aug 17, 2021 by 2VT
1987 Peugeot 505 Turbo S

Original paint, original interior, in perfect shape. People ask "where do you get parts for a Peugeot?" I answer that I don't need parts. However brake pads are Porsche 944, …

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