Exactly a year since the premiere of the new Peugeot 108.
Peugeot's stand at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show played host to the facelifted Peugeot 208. The 208's smaller sibling, the 108, was seen in two special editions as well.
Interestingly, the 2014 edition of the Geneva Motor Show saw the premieres of the new 108 the Citroen C1 and the Toyota Aygo. The three cars share their platforms and several other components. To give the 108 a distinctive identity, Peugeot has introduced a dual-tone color scheme, and its popular Roland Garros edition on the hatchback.
The dual-tone Peugeot 108 is seen with Orange bumpers, side panels and doors, while the bonnet, roof and wing mirror covers get a glossy black shade. Sporting 5-spoke diamond-cut alloy wheels, the dual-tone 108 is offered in the hardtop, 5-door body style.
The Peugeot 108 Roland Garros edition sees subtler design changes. Painted in White (Perle Nacre), the 108 Roland Garros edition gets Orange wing mirror caps (that resemble the color of a Clay court), new alloy wheels, a Roland Garros badge just under the wing mirrors, and Roland Garros badges on the floor mats.
There are no mechanical changes to either of these special edition models.