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Peugeot e-3008

New PEUGEOT E-3008 gains radical styling

The new PEUGEOT 3008 has been revealed, with more radical fastback crossover styling compared to the current SUV model. 

The new E-3008 will have three all-electric powertrains: 210bhp/157kW Standard Range, 230bhp/170kW Long Range, and 320bhp/240kW Dual Motor providing all-wheel drive. Two trim levels will be available, Allure and GT. The E-3008 has a driving range of up to 435 miles.

The E-3008 can rapid charge at up to 160kW DC, giving a 20% to 80% charge in 30 minutes – or less than 30 minutes for the Long-Range version. The car comes with an 11kW AC three-phase charger as standard, and a 22kW three-phase charger as an option. A V2L (Vehicle to Load) function is also featured, allowing the car to power electrical devices.

PEUGEOT’s i-Cockpit has become the ‘Panoramic i-Cockpit’ in the E-3008. This features a floating, curved 21-inch HD panoramic screen that combines the head-up display with the central touchscreen. The E-3008 features PEUGEOT’s ‘compact’ steering wheel.

The central part of the E-3008’s dashboard also includes ‘i-Toggles’, customisable touch-sensitive buttons that can be programmed to provide quick access to 10 of the user’s favourite functions.

There are two new paddles behind the steering wheel which allow the driver to choose from three levels of regenerative braking: low, medium or high.

The new E-3008 is available in a range of six colours: Ingaro Blue, Okenite White, Nera Black, Cumulus Grey, Titane Grey and Obsession Blue, which features dichromatic pigments, allowing the colour to change from blue to green depending on the light and the shape of the bodywork.

The PEUGEOT E-3008 will be the first model to use Stellantis’ brand-new STLA Medium electric platform. Hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains will also be available. Despite the fastback crossover body style, the boot space, at 520 litres, is unchanged from the previous 3008.

The new PEUGEOT 3008 will be on sale from February 2024.

By 2025, PEUGEOT will offer a complete battery electric line-up, and by 2030, 100% of the brand’s sales in Europe will be electric.

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