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The Peugeot 405 T16 Pikes Peak was a unique model of the standard 405, produced by Peugeot. Only two examples were ever produced, and both survive today. One of them is owned by a private collector, while the other resides in the official Peugeot museum.
As images clearly show, the Pikes Peak is far removed from the standard 405, which was a common four-door. The T16 PP is far from common, and is in an M-AWD configuration (middle engine, all wheel drive). One of the two specimens of the T16 was used only for the Pikes Peak International Hillclimb, while the other took part in the Paris-Dakar Rally
. The car won two Paris-Dakar Rallies, in 1989 and 1990. It was retired from use in 1990, but had left a lasting mark on motorsport thanks to its distinctive design and rather mundane (albeit distant) relative, the standard 405.