The Avantage Editions are based on the Allure specification, adding "over $3000" in extra value - however, pricing for each model is around $3000 higher than their Allure equivalent. Go figure.
Extras include a special exterior stripe decal, leather seats and dark tinted windows. Topping it all off is a seven-year factory warranty with seven years of roadside assistance.
The 3008 Avantage Edition adds an 'advanced safety pack' - including features like autonomous emergency braking (AEB), adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring and lane-keep assist - along with an electric tailgate.
On top of the vehicle's extras, all Avantage Editions come with Wilson tennis accessories - including a tennis bag, two racquets and a can of balls.
Pricing for the special models starts at $27,140 plus on-road costs for the 208, climbing to $43,140 before ORCs for the 3008.
The French manufacturer is the official platinum partner of the ATP World Tour, and is a major sponsor of the Brisbane International and Sydney International tennis tournaments - the latter of which is running this week.
These new Peugeot specials come on the heels of new tennis-themed editions for Kia, the title sponsor of the Australian Open.
Peugeot Avantage Editions pricing
208 - $27,140
308 - $34,160
2008 - $32,190
3008 - $43,140
All prices exclude on-road costs