Officially presented the updated cross Peugeot 3008September 1, 2020
Crossover Peugeot 3008 has undergone a planned update. The novelty has acquired a revised appearance and interior, an expanded line of hybrid units and new options.
The front part of the Peugeot 3008 was redesigned in the style of the previous brand new products from the top 508 to the compact 208. But the cross was also equipped with some unique features, in addition to the proprietary LED fangs: a frameless radiator grille with three-dimensional filling, into which new optics, LED already in the initial version. In expensive modifications, LED “fog lights” are built into the headlight units.
Improvements concern bumpers, taillights, body color palette and a range of wheels up to 19 inches. An optional Black Pack is also available, consisting of darkened exterior trim.
The cross-country salon has become more modern thanks to the i-Cockpit complex. In flagship variants, it has a customizable “instrument cluster” of 12.3 inches and a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system with seven physical keys.
The standard drive mode selection system for ICE variations includes Normal, Sport and Eco presets, and for hybrids – Electric, Hybrid and Sport. From now on, there are two hybrid versions: the more affordable 3008 Hybrid 225 has joined the already existing 300-horsepower. Its main difference is the derated from 200 to 180 hp. a gasoline engine and the abandonment of the 112 hp electric motor. on the rear axle, instead of the latter, a 110-horsepower electric motor appeared. Such a Peugeot 3008 can travel up to 56 km on a single charge.
The range of internal combustion engines is now represented by only one 130-horsepower 1.5-liter diesel engine in combination with a 6-speed manual transmission or an 8-speed automatic transmission, and two gasoline turbo engines. In Europe, the novelty should appear before the end of this year.
In addition, it was recently reported that the Peugeot e-Boxer will get two batteries to choose from. It should be emphasized that the carrying capacity of the French model ranges from 1150 to 1285 kilograms. It will take from one to 12 hours to recharge an electric vehicle.
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