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208 T16 Pikes Peak

208 T16 Pikes Peak (France, 2013)

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The 208 T16 Pikes Peak208 T16 Pikes PeakPeugeot 208 T16 Pikes PeakFrance, 2013 > 201312 photos
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was created by PeugeotPeugeotPeugeotFrance, 1882 > present120 models
4048 photos
7 videos
to race in the Unlimited class at Pikes Peak. 

This is the first time Peugeot joins the race since 1989. The 208 T16 is made completely out of carbon fiber. The car is powered by an 875hp 3.2-liter, twin-turbo V6 mounted in the middle of the car that will propel it to 100km/h in 1.8 seconds or to its top speed of 240km/h in 7.0 seconds. Power is sent to all four wheels via a six-speed sequential transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddles. The chassis is made from tubular steel covered in a carbon fiber body with a total weight of 875kg (1929lbs).

The 208 T16 borrows many parts from the 908 prototype including the brakes, running gear, air intake and rear wing. Peugeot claims that half of the car's downforce comes not from the rear wing or front splitter but from the under-tray and rear diffuser. Michelin is providing the bespoke tires that are meant to provide maximum grip for each run.



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