* Fuel consumption for PEUGEOT 3008 HYBRID 136 e-DSC6 with weight l/100 km, combined: 5.71 – 5.61; Co2– Production: 1291 – 1261
Fuel consumption for PEUGEOT 5008 HYBRID 136 e-DSC6 with weight l/100 km, combined: 5.91 – 5.71; Co2– Production: 1321 – 1281
Ruesselsheim am Main, April 11, 2023. PEUGEOT is giving its first models new hybrid technology. The PEUGEOT 3008* and PEUGEOT 5008* can now be ordered with the new 48V hybrid engine with 100 kW (136 hp). PEUGEOT 3008 with 48V* hybrid system in trim level Active Package it is already available at an RRP of 38,420 euros. The PEUGEOT 5008 with the latest hybrid technology* increases in reduction levels Active Package at a price of 41,720 euros RRP.
Haico van der Luyt, Managing Director of PEUGEOT Germany: “According to the motto “The Power of Choice”, PEUGEOT is always striving to prepare a model range with alternative drives. It is therefore particularly interesting that the latest technologies are also used in our existing models. With the PEUGEOT 3008 and PEUGEOT 5008, the two SUVs will initially be equipped with the new 48V hybrid system.”
PEUGEOT 3008 and PEUGEOT 5008 are SUV models with a different and modern design. Both models feature the latest generation of driver assistance systems and the PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®, which makes driving easier.
PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® provides information on how the hybrid system works. PEUGEOT models with the new hybrid engine* have specific hybrid displays in the digital instrument cluster. The digital instrument cluster shows 100% electric operation (blue speed indicator), as well as energy flow in the system, battery charge level, operating status via an electric meter (Charge, Eco, Energy) and percentage of distance traveled using electricity. conditions at any time or the end date of the trip.
The latest 48V hybrid technology
The latest 48V* hybrid motor ensures maximum efficiency and user friendliness. The drive is equipped with a new generation PureTech 1.2 liter petrol engine with 100 kW (136 hp)*, which is connected to a new six-speed dual-clutch electric transmission. Thanks to the 48 volt battery that is charged while driving, this technology provides additional torque at low revs and reduces fuel consumption by up to 15 percent (from 126 grams of CO.2/km according to WLTP on PEUGEOT 30081 and from 128 grams of CO2/km according to WLTP on PEUGEOT 50081) If the battery charge allows, the hybrid system enables starting, driving (eg for parking) and driving at low speed in heavy traffic in electric mode.
The new 48V* hybrid engine expands the range of engines for the PEUGEOT 3008 and PEUGEOT 5008. In addition to the combustion engine variants, various hybrid engines are now available for the PEUGEOT 3008:
- HYBRID 136 eDCS6* A combination of a 100 kW (136 hp) PureTech gasoline engine and a 48-volt battery, with a six-speed eDSC6 dual-clutch transmission.
- Plug in HYBRID 225 e-EAT8* (Fuel consumption is measured, together in l/100 km: 1.31 – 1.21; Co2-Production in g/km: 301 – 281; Energy consumption: 16.71 – 16.41 kWh/100 km1 (combined)): Combination of 133 kW (181 hp) PureTech engine and 81 kW (110 hp) electric motor, with eight-speed e-EAT8 automatic transmission
- HYBRID4 plugin 300 e-EAT8* (Fuel consumption is measured, together in l/100 km: 1.21; Co2-Production in g/km: 281 – 271; Energy consumption: 16.61 – 16.31 kWh/100 km1 (combined)): Combination of 147 kW (200 hp) PureTech engine with 81 kW (110 hp) electric motor at the front and 83 kW (112 hp) electric motor at the rear, plus eight-speed electric. automatic transmission e-EAT8
Thanks to the use of new 48V hybrid technology, the PEUGEOT 5008 is available as a hybrid variant for the first time.
- PEUGEOT 5008 HYBRID 136 e-DCS6* A combination of a 100 kW (136 hp) PureTech gasoline engine and a 48-volt battery, with a six-speed eDSC6 dual-clutch transmission.
The new generation of the hybrid car, which will initially be used in the PEUGEOT 3008 and PEUGEOT 5008, will later also be offered for other PEUGEOT models.
For more information about PEUGEOT 3008 and PEUGEOT 5008 go to: https://www.peugeot.de/models/suv-3008.html and https://www.peugeot.de/models/5008-suv.html
* Fuel consumption of l/100 km, combined with PEUGEOT 3008 HYBRID 136 e-DSC6 with 100 kW (136 hp): 5.71 – 5.61
Co2-Production in g/km: 1291 – 1261 (together)
Fuel consumption of l/100 km, combined with PEUGEOT 3008 Plug-In HYBRID 225 e-EAT8 with 165 kW (225 hp): 1.31 – 1.21
Co2-Production in g/km: 301 – 281 (together); Energy consumption in kWh/100: 16.71 – 16.41 (together)
Fuel consumption of l/100 km, combined with PEUGEOT 3008 Plug-In HYBRID4 300 e-EAT8 with 220 kW (300 hp): 1.21
Co2-Production in g/km: 281 – 271 (together); Energy consumption in kWh/100: 16.61 – 16.31 (together)
Fuel consumption of l/100 km, combined with PEUGEOT 5008 HYBRID 136 e-DSC6 with 100 kW (136 hp): 5.91 – 5.71
Co2-Production in g/km: 1321 – 1281 (together)
1 No official NEDC values are available for any of the hybrid versions, as these have only been converted to WLTP according to European regulations. The more realistic test procedure WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure) has replaced the test procedure with reference to the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) and is also used to determine vehicle taxes. Fuel and CO consumption2– Emissions from a vehicle are not only dependent on the vehicle’s fuel efficiency, but are also affected by driving behavior and other non-technical factors.
For all plug-in hybrid versions, the specified values were determined according to the WLTP (Worldwide Light Vehicle Test Procedure). The more realistic WLTP test procedure has changed the test procedure with reference to the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) and is also used to determine the vehicle’s tax. Power consumption and range refer to the first 100 km with respect to a fully charged battery. Range (EAER) describes driving in hybrid mode. The ranges and values noted represent the mean value for the respective model series. They may vary in daily conditions and depend on various factors, eg equipment, options selected, tyres, outside temperature, personal driving style or road conditions. The measured values are average fuel and energy consumption values for OVC hybrid electric vehicles with an average consumption profile and daily battery charge.
Information on fuel or energy consumption and CO2-The crude rendering does not refer to a single vehicle and is not part of the offer, but is for comparison purposes only between different vehicle types. More information on official fuel and energy consumption and CO2– The emission of new passenger cars, according to the official testing procedure in the current valid version, can be taken from the “Manual of fuel consumption, CO.2– Production and power consumption of all new types of passenger cars offered for sale in Germany”, which are available free of charge in all sales outlets or through http://www.dat.de available for download on the Internet.
Information based on official measurement methods.
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