Peugeot launches new advert for the RCZ

Peugeot has launched an advertising campaign for its new Audi TT-rivalling RCZ coupe.

Rather than the usual recipe of dashing male lead, pretty backdrop and lashings of driving shots, Peugeot’s one-minute ad portrays the RCZ as a stalker following its prey around a multi-storey car park. The result is really quite creepy.

The implication, of course, is that the RCZ chooses you and owns you, rather than the other way around.

What do you think? Has the RCZ caught your eye?

By Rhian Angharad Jones

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8 responses to “Peugeot launches new advert for the RCZ

  1. A really beautiful car, inside and out. If you love the rcz, come join our forum. Would be great to have you guys there.

  2. I have seen a few more views and opinions on this car and it seems to be heading down the “girls car” route. I still say it really looks great and well done Renault for that.

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  3. This car looks fantastic from the outside, i found the interior a bit of a let down which is a shame. Very good looking though!

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  4. If anyone reads a review on this car once it has been driven, I would be very interested in reading it myself. Please forward to me by contacting me via my blog. Thanks.

  5. Roger

    looks very good but has it more grunt than a s2000 or boxster or is it a girls car,let the stig and hamester on it

  6. Looks like a really nice car, cannot wait for the press to get their hands on it and release some reviews. Assuming build quality is good and it is cheaper than a TT it could be a winner. I look forward to seeing the contract hire pricing when residual values have been set.

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  8. This car look amazing. Think it will be a big seller

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