New special edition Millesim models will be based on both the hatchback and estate body styles and will boast more equipment than the current S trim level.
This includes 15" alloy wheels, USB and Bluetooth connectivity and unique Millesim 200 badging throughout the interior.
Peugeot is also offering a Nokia 5230 and satellite navigation free with the all 207 Millesim models as an incentive to buyers in June.
A sportier exterior will feature front fog lights, a redesigned sports grille with chrome detailing, aluminium roof bars and coloured side rubbing strips with chrome inserts.
Available this month from £11,995, the special edition Millesim 200 comes with a choice of two petrol and two diesel engines.
The petrol options come in the shape of two variants of a 1.4-litre engine delivering 75 or 90bhp. Both engines are available for the three and five door Millesim models but the 95bhp version is the single petrol choice for the estate.
The petrol engines offer fuel economy between 44.8 and 47.9mpg and CO2 emissions between 137 and 145g/km.
The two diesel engines comprise a 1.4 and 1.6-litre HDi unit delivering 70 and 90bhp respectively. The less powerful 70bhp unit returns 65.6mpg and emissions figures of 115g/km, below the zero excise duty threshold.
Peugeot’s 207 Millesim 200 range starts at £11,995 for the three-door 1.4-litre 75bhp version and rises to £14,195 for the five-door HDi 90bhp model.
Estate versions are priced at £14,035 and £15,135 for the petrol and diesel models respectively.