Terms of Reference
Terms of Reference
The CEO of our company has given us a task of preparing this report on 6th June 2011 and has to be submitted on 4th July 2011. This report will be on two cars that we will compare, recommend and will eventually be used by our executive managers.
This report is created with information gathered from various sources such as reviews from magazines, the internet, brochures and employees from the companys brand name. For the report on Alfa Romeo GT, information on this car were gathered from the companys website, brochures from the internet, interview from the companys employees, Top Gear magazine, the British website www.Parkers.co.uk and the Google website. For the report on Peugeot RCZ, information on this car were gathered from the companys website, brochures from the internet, interview from the companys employees, Top Gear magazine, the British website www.evo.co.uk and the Google website.
Some of the information we gathered are by questionnaires that were handed out to 60 people in our company and we also investigated more information on both cars by interviewing the respective companys employees by asking them a series of questions we prepared.
Peugeot RCZ – Reviews
The Peugeot RCZ is the French companys brand new coupe which were built and designed to give a boost on the firms image and show the world that they still has their flair for design and dynamics.
The 2011 Peugeot RCZ has become a reality, its expressive and innovative styling, its luxurious interior, its fuel efficient and equipped with environmental-friendly engines. It is guarantee to give the enjoyment in driving.
It is more than just a concept car which has become a reality. The Peugeot RCZ marks a new chapter in the history of Peugeot “lifestyle vehicles”.
This compact sports coupe was therefore designed to become an exclusive vehicle. Its most characteristic features are the double bubble roof and its rear window, and the two aluminium arches. From the side, its unique profile creates an original continuity between the plunging design of the front and the flowing lines of the rear of the car making it a beautiful carefully designed piece of art.
Peugeot RCZ – Interviews
The handling of the Peugeot RCZ which features some extra bracing is exceptionally clean and precise. Although the front car tyres do most of the work and the balance is unwaveringly neutral, it seems to never run out of grip.
The diesel is noticeably more nose-heavy a bit joyless but it does suggest that the base petrol model which shares the chassis will be good, clean and fun.