The 2008 is expected to make a production debut in the coming year, giving the French carmaker a new player in the hugely popular compact-SUV segment.
As for the RCZ, there's nothing new going on under the bonnet, but the Audi TT's style rival has been given a makeover to bring it in-line with Peugeot's new models.
Changes include a switch to Peugeot's smaller and more chiseled new grille design, along with a narrow lower grille and foglight bezels, and a snipped tweak to the original headlights.
The top of the front bumper has also been lightly tweaked, with Peugeot's re-styled lion motif surrounded by a new scalloped look.
The coupe's styling is otherwise unchanged, with darkened tail-lights and new wheel designs rounding out the exterior updates.
Those looking for more power options - currently restricted to 115kW and 147kW packages - can hope for a production version of the RCZ R 'concept' revealed in Paris.
Driven by the same newly-enhanced Peugeot and BMW-developed 1.6 litre turbo petrol engine driving the Citroen DS4 Racing, the RCZ R offers a showstopping 193kW of power.
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