The new release of Auto-moto.com allows us to take a fresh look at Peugeot 3008 2024.
More previews of the third generation of the best-selling SUV of the French brand, after getting some interesting information about its design, one of the real keys of the model that will be revealed at the end of the summer and will be full. of new things.
A few months ago we showed you a preview of the new version of the Peugeot 3008 based on previous versions. spy photos of one of the models that appeared unexpectedly in the tests last winter. The model is about to be fully revealed and the Simba brand has confirmed that it will take off its camouflage at the end of summer.
Peugeot 3008 is one of the best-selling models of the French brand, the real star of the C-segment SUV market that has been completely redesigned. At the front you see the small headlights do not connect with the radiator grill that chooses two decorations, the exterior in the style of the new 408 and the central part with dots as in the current generation of compact SUV.
The brand’s new Simba badge is larger in size in the middle, with three bright claws running vertically along the edges of the bumper without interfering with the grille. What will not change is its appearance coupe and a new roofline that slopes further down from the rear doors, giving it a sporty personality that sets it apart from the more “traditional” styling of the Peugeot 3008 on sale.
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Important changes are also reflected in the interior, which will have a more elaborate style, with a large, slightly curved screen occupying the dashboard. The new 3008 is the first in a new series to put the new “i-Cockpit 3.0“, and the new 3008 is the first of the new series to be equipped with “i-Cockpit 3.0”.
Farewell to the digital instrument panel under the traditional sunlight is imminent, and this endowment will also be joined by a greater measure of digitization and more accurate safety aids with new level 2+ functions, as well as some functionality.
The new Peugeot 3008 will be presented in mid-September and will be launched on the market at the end of the year, with the first delivery scheduled for the first quarter of 2024. The French company will continue to focus on electrification, so the 3008 will only have a range based on petrol engines and MHEV technology – 1.2 PureTech – and versions with PHEV technology, with a range of around 100 km, and all with a modern 8-speed automatic gearbox, without diesel.