The first photos of the new Peugeot 2008 appeared on the webFebruary 25, 2019
The test prototype of the new generation is under tight camouflage, but we can see a clear similarity with the Peugeot 208 new version. It is possible that this will be just a cross-version of the hatchback.
More recently, Peugeot showed us a new generation of Hatchback Peugeot 208, which received a new stylish design. But now photospies were able to photograph another novelty – the new Peugeot 2008 crossover. Judging by the photos presented, it will be almost identical to the hatchback, but will receive a slightly increased clearance, as well as some changes in the design.
The photographs show clearly visible head optics and daytime running lights in the “family” modern style of the company. Rear optics will also be divided into three sections in the corporate style. Another detail that can be seen with the naked eye, was the dual exhaust system.
In addition, the photographers managed to take a photo of the interior, despite the fact that the drivers of the test prototypes tried to prevent this, which is clearly seen from the gesture of one of them. Nevertheless, we can see that the central panel will receive a fairly large multimedia display, possibly a digital dashboard and quite familiar interior for the new 208.
Given the recent debut of 208, we expect to see the new 2008 by the end of the year or early next year. The second best-selling brand model (after 208) will have to fight with the Renault Captur.
Meanwhile, Peugeot has decided to prove that it is able to support global electrification trends and will present a new version of the Peugeot 508 sedan at the upcoming auto show in early March. The sports version will receive a total power of 300 horsepower.
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