PGO Cevennes is constantly enhanced - the newly designed hood with its modernised mechanism enhances its manoeuvrability. Thanks to larger windows and a wider windshield, the visibility and comfort are greatly increased.
Like the PGO Hemera, the wheels system has been developed and redefined in cooperation with Michelin ensuring greater driving comfort and better stability.
- Engine position: transverse mid engine
- Number of cylinders / disposition: 4 aligned
- Cubic capacity (bore x stroke): 1997 cm3 (85 x 88 mm)
- Number of valves: 16 (twin overhead camshaft)
- Maximum power: 103 Kw (140 ch DIN) @ 6000 rpm
- Maximum torque: 19,5 daNm (20 mkg) @ 3000 rpm
- Compression level: 10.8:1
- Depollution system: catalytic converter, 2 lambda sensors, charcoal active filter
- Gear box: manual, 5 speed + reverse (automatic gear box 4 speed in option)
- Frame: multi-tubular and crash test structure
- Body: composite moulded bodyshell
- Suspension: independent, Mc Pherson system with lower triangulated arm, transversal sway bar
- Brakes: 4 ventilated discs
- Wheels: 7x17 alloy wheels
- Tyres size: 205/40 ZR 17
- Steering: rack-and-pinion
- Turning circle between kerbs: 9,40m
Weight, and dimensions
- Kerb weight: 980 Kg
- Fuel tank capacity: 42 litres
- Trunk capacity: 110 dm3
- Length: 3700 mm
- Width: 1675 mm
- Height: 1200 mm
- Wheelbase: 2261 mm
- Front / rear track: 1440 mm / 1430 mm
PGO Hemera (2009)
PGO Roadster (2009)
PGO Cevennes Ultimate Black (2011)
Comfortable, luminous and dynamic, the PGO Hemera is a mix of a "coupé" and shooting break. Elegant, refined, with its dazzing design and distinct urban style, the PGO Hemera perpetuates the grace and beauty of the previous models, the Speedster II and the Cévennes. Based on the same technical specifications, the PGO Hemera features a spacious open interior, accentuated by its unique glass bubble, creating a new driving experience.
The overall volume promotes generous curves, without unnecessary lines which give the car an aesthetic "retro futuristic" and curved which highlights the sophistical nature of the vehicle. Receiving the same technical developments, PGO Hemera now offers the comfort of a closed vehicle and it can be daily used. For enthusiasts of cars with an uncommon aesthetics, there is no more barriers to use a PGO. Taking advantage of its look "shooting brake", it provides extra storage space on the rear, doubling luggage rack capacity.
The teams of technical development and design have designed the car around a simple and common idea: to develop the brand acknowledgment with the creation of a vehicle having a unique identity.
At first modeled and carved by hand, the body was subsequently developed entirely by computer, thus combining the tradition and the french craftsmanship art to most advanced technology.
PGO Speedster II (2011)
The combination of suggestive lines and appealing colors makes the Cevennes the model of seduction. The interior, at the image of its owner who would have chosen its colors and elaborated conception combining artisanal "savoir-faire" and high technology, creates a true source of emotion and pleasure. Taking the wheel of this neo-retro roadster is an invitation to discover sensations that come from the harmonious distribution between reconstructed past and assumed modernity.
After announcing the signature for a supply contract with BMW Group on February 29th, 2012, PGO Automobiles revealed the characteristics of its new engine that combines performance and high technology. This engine reaffirms, once more, PGO Automobiles' desire to offer cars of exception equipped with a state-of-the-art technology engine that meets the brand's standards, in particular for the reduction of CO2 emissions and high performance.
Descending from a line of engines with the latest advanced technology; it offers high performance in terms of power, torque, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. This turbocharged engine of 1.61 L is notably equipped with variable valve lift and direct injection.
This new BMW Group engine has been awarded the title of "Best Engine of The Year" four years in a row. It permits less volume displacement, in line with the downsizing trend, to answer some of the environmental issues.
PGO Cevennes Water Snake (2013)
PGO Coastline (2015)
PGO Echo (2015)