With its smooth bodywork and distinctive styling, the Peugeot RCZ Coupé is one of the best looking new sports cars of 2010. There's substance behind the style, too, because the car is more fun to drive than any Peugeot in recent memory. It's relatively cheap to run, thanks to the addition of a powerful yet frugal diesel engine, and it's practical too.
- An exciting, involving drive
- All engines are punchy and economical
- Dramatic, sexy styling
- Doesn't have prestige of Audi TT
- Back seats are miniscule
- Personalisation options are expensive
Few cars are as striking as the Peugeot RCZ. And with an interior that's a step up in terms of design and quality compared to Peugeots of old, the RCZ is a great place to spend time. Unlike the VW Scirocco, it's really a two-seater - the rear chairs are more suited to bags than anyone more than five years old.