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.