The Peugeot RCZ is a sports coupé manufactured by the French car company Peugeot. It was launched in April 2010 and is available in almost 80 countries as of 2013 (except the US). It was officially introduced at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 2009 and was initially announced as the 308 RCZ concept car at the 2007 Frankfurt show. It is assembled by Magna Steyr, a subsidiary of Magna International. Petrol engines are based on Prince platform while diesel is part of the HDi project. RCZ was developed under code name "T75".
The Peugeot RCZ got many international awards like five successive times 'Best Sports Car' by Diesel Car magazine or the Top Gear '2010 Coupe of the Year award'.
The 30,000th RCZ came off the assembly line on June 21, 2011. The 50,000th RCZ was built on 14 February 2013 and was painted in Moroccan Red, a new red on the facelifted vehicle.
After a production period of almost six years, the last Peugeot RCZ rolled off the assembly line in the Magna Steyr Graz plant at September 18, 2015.