Peugeot 407 SW
The 407 was the successor to the hugely successful Peugeot 406, and was launched in The Sunday Times Motorshow Live on May 27, 2004. The streamlined design of the car was seen as quite radical[by whom?], its most distinctive features being its large front grille and the steeply raked screen pillars. The estate, known as the Peugeot 407 SW, was launched four months after the saloon, whereas the coupé was launched in January 2006. The annual sales of the Peugeot 407 peaked at 259,000 units in 2005, with 57,000 sales outside Europe. In August 2008, the models were given a minor facelift, resulting most petrol engined models being withdrawn from sale in the United Kingdom, and other countries of Europe. One model was available with AMVAR electronic suspension, that controls each wheel’s damping independently, adapting the hardness of the ride every 2.5 milliseconds to suit your driving style.