• Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
  • Image Credit: Peugeot
Peugeot is among the few automakers (alongside BMW, Honda and Suzuki) that produces vehicles with four wheels as well as those with two, so it's no stranger to auto shows nor motorcycle exhibitions. And at the Motor Bike Expo in Verona, Italy, this year, the French automaker showed up with this enhanced version of its sleek RCZ sports coupe.

Produced in collaboration with Italian motorcycle firm Bimota, the RCZ R Bimota edition is distinguished by its racing livery and black alloys packing upgraded brakes and fitted to a lowered suspension. Inside it's all leather and Alcantara, with racing buckets, red trim and a compartment replacing the rear seats with space for a pair of motorcycle helmets and GoPro cameras. What's particularly intriguing, however, is under the hood, where Peugeot has amped up the output from its 1.6-liter turbo four from 270 horsepower in the production RCZ R to 304 hp.

It's not the first collaboration we've seen between a carmaker and a motorcycle manufacturer. Ducati has partnered with Mercedes-AMG and with Audi, and of course there have been a succession of Harley-Davidson edition Ford F-150s. But as far out of our reach as it is, this is among the most enticing (and outlandish) we've seen to date.


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