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Peugeot – 504 Coupé

Introduced in 1969, the 504 coupé and convertible were also designed by Pinifarina, who opted for a completely new body for these variants, rather than limiting itself to a two-door version of the 504 with a trimmed roof.

Vehicle Overview

In addition, the platform used, albeit derived from that of the sedan, was characterized in both body variants by a shortened wheelbase of 19 cm (from 2.74 m to 2.55 m). As for the version with closed bodywork, it was a three-volume coupe with a very sleek and elegant appearance, with a thinner and sharper front than that seen in the sedan and “giardinette” versions. On the sides of a grille cut in two by a row of three thin horizontal strips close together, there were the doubled quadrangular optical groups. To draw the lines of the nose was also and above all the bonnet with its sloping forward trend. The wraparound windshield introduced the side, with sleek lines for the time and pleasant even years after its production exit. The rear with the large rear window sported a tail which was also slightly sloping and characterized by optical groups with three vertical elements. The same characteristics were also found in the 504 Cabriolet, with the obvious exception of the roof, the pavilion and the rear window, replaced by a canvas hood that did not detract from the elegance of the overall view.

Technical Specifications

  • Body
  • Year
  • Make
  • Model
    504 Coupé
  • Coachbuilder
  • Length (mm)
  • Width (mm)
  • Height (mm)
  • Photo credits
  • Engine Type
  • Designer
    Franco Martinengo

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