Peugeot 208 GTi Limited Edition revealed

Peugeot has revealed a limited-run version of the new 208 GTi

Peugeot has only just revealed the 208 GTi to the public – but it’s already offering buyers a Limited Edition model that will be delivered before the standard version.

Only 29 are coming to the UK (one for every year since the 205 GTi was launched), and each gets pearlescent white paint with 17-inch Onyx black alloy wheels.

All cars destined for the UK will get a Union Jack flag on the grille, whereas French models will get the tricolore.

Each model will be individually numbered and will feature sat-nav and DAB radio as standard.

Peugeot hasn’t revealed how much the standard 208 GTi will cost, but the Limited Edition will be priced at £20,495 with buyers getting their car shortly before the standard 208 GTi launches in May.

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