The special edition Outdoor features enhanced standard specification while the price remains unchanged from the regular 207 Touring model.
The 207 Touring Outdoor wagon adds dual zone climate control, partial leather trim, 16-inch alloy wheels and a cruise control with speed limiter.
This is in addition to the standard equipment already available on the 207 Touring including six airbags, split tailgate, panoramic glass roof with electric sunblind, 60/40 flat folding rear seats, automatic headlights and front wipers and polished aluminium roof rails.
Keeping with its rugged inspiration, the 207 Touring Outdoor sits 16mm higher at the front and 21mm at the rear thanks to the use of new springs and larger tyres.
Tough-looking black wheel arches, bumpers and sill extensions evoke the world of four-wheel drives and add increased protection.
To maintain the important comfort and handling balance painstakingly developed for the original 207 Touring, Peugeot has added a 40,000 Nm/rad rear torsion beam, which also performs the role of an anti-roll bar.
The new 207 Touring Outdoor shares the upgraded design elements that are featured throughout the rest of the new 207 range, including a redesigned front end and a more luxurious passenger compartment with an added taste of adventure.
It will be offered in two engine and transmission specifications, the first being a 1.6-litre VTi petrol engine with a four-speed automatic transmission developing maximum power of 88kW and maximum torque of 160Nm.
A 1.6-litre HDi turbo diesel engine with a five-speed manual transmission is also on offer, producing maximum power of 80kW and maximum torque of 240Nm from just 1750rpm.
Despite the upgrades to the Outdoor model, prices remain exactly the same, with Recommended Vehicle Pricing of $30,490 for the petrol model and $31,490 for the HDi diesel model.