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1882 (automotive)


Ave de la Grande Armée, Paris
Sochaux, France

Parent Company

PSA Peugeot Citroën

Peugeot is a French automotive manufacturer in the Forza series. Peugeot was initially founded as a coffee mill company in 1810 and became an automobile company in 1882.


"French manufacturer Armand Peugeot produced a steam-powered, three-wheeled automobile in 1889. Early Peugeots took second place in the 1894 Paris-to-Rouen endurance run and won the 1895 Paris-to-Bordeaux race. During the next 20 years, Peugeot became a major innovator by designing small, efficient cars, including the 'Bébé Peugeot,' one of the first 'mini' automobiles. Even more significant was Peugeot's development of powerful small-displacement engines that turned some Peugeots into giant-killers. The Peugeot that won at Indianapolis in 1913, 1916, and 1919 was powered by a revolutionary four-cylinder DOHC engine with four valves per cylinder. In an era when many racing cars were powered by monstrous slow-turning engines displacing 10 liters or more, this new 3-liter engine was a revelation, and influenced the Miller and Offenhauser engines that dominated Indianapolis for decades. In recent times, the Peugeot 905 Le Mans prototype won Le Mans in 1992 and 1993, and Peugeot built an impressive string of rally victories with a new generation of giant-killers. The 205 T16 Group B rally car won the World Rally Championship in 1985. A special AWD version of the Peugeot 206 won two World Rally driver championships and three successive Manufacturer championships in 2000-2002. Many future rally stars have driven Peugeot 106s and 206s to their first victories. Peugeot is one of a few car makers that can boast racing victories in three different centuries." - from

Vehicle List

Year Vehicle Name
2007 Peugeot #1 Peugeot 207 Super 2000
1993 Peugeot #3 Peugeot Talbot Sport 905 EVO 1C
2007 Peugeot #8 Peugeot Sport 908
2007 Peugeot #9 Peugeot Sport 908
2009 Peugeot #9 Peugeot Sport Total 908
2011 Peugeot #10 Matmut-Oreca 908
2011 Peugeot 107
2004 Peugeot 206 RC
1984 Peugeot 205 T16
2007 Peugeot 207 RC
2011 Peugeot 308 GTI
2010 Peugeot RCZ