Guess what? Another Peugeot. Usually a very sensible four door or “break” but not always.
Meet the coupé. Note yellow lights, for maximum French. There’s probably Gauloise ash in the ashtray.
Prefer a little al fresco? Peugeot and Pininfarina had you covered. Pininfarina continued with the 406 and 407 that followed and which marked the end of their relationship.
Prefer a little off roading? A Dangel for you.
Feeling lazy? An Automatique for you, with added rust because that was what cars did then very early. Peugeot were probably disappointed to have to go to ZF due the absence of boites automatiques francaises that weren’t made by Renault.