Peugeot 907 debuts at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

25 June 2006

Powered by a 6.0-litre 500bhp V12 engine, the one-off carbon fibre concept is making its UK debut at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed over the first weekend in July.

The 907 as a concept was created as the archetypal grand touring car – a two-seater coupé – and is thoroughly modern. The carbon fibre bodyshell features an integral glass roof and front windscreen harmonised with the rear windscreen. Side vents are situated in the front wings and rear quarter panels, while a retractable rear spoiler is incorporated in the tailgate. A glazed panel set into the bonnet reveals 12 intake trumpets and two exhaust pipes emerge from either side of the car.

The 907 has a kerb weight of just 1400kg, generating a power-to-weight ratio of 347bhp/tonne.

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