It’s clear Peugeot are on the offensive and it’s no wonder. The French manufacturer has suffered losses way over €700 million in 2012 and earlier in the week it was announced they would be losing their listing on the French stock market (CAC 40) as of 24 September. Together with the 208 GTI and Onyx concept car, the company has announced a facelifted RCZ Coupé for 2013.
The facelift comes just over two years after the car was first launched and ushers in a significant front-end makeover. Styling changes include the replacement of the front grille with a much smaller unit, together with a new lower grille design that houses LED daytime running lights. The headlights have also been redesigned, the black background has been removed from behind the Peugeot lion motif badge and the car is riding on a newly designed set of alloy wheels.
The interior is likely to have received a few incremental updates in materials too, but more details, along with any changes to the engine, will be announced at the Paris Motor Show.