The renowned Peugeot 2008 returns to 2023 with its biggest update yet, hitting the market this summer. Featuring a more assertive SUV design, enhanced technology, and a new set of electrified powertrains, the 2023 Peugeot 2008 is a well-deserved development that’s ready for the future. Explore below to find out why to get excited over Peugeot’s latest investment in driver-centric style and next-gen performance!
Open to choose from Active, Allure and GT trim models, the new 2008 will show an updated design to reflect its upmarket acceleration into a new SUV era. Its wider front end plants a confident stance by featuring a new Peugeot badge in the centre and lateral black patterns extending to the headlamps. An exclusive front-end signature is also found on the GT version with its LED module headlamps, while the reversing lights and indicators are LEDs which come as standard.
A range of exterior customisation options are available at your fingertips so you can express your individuality in the new 2008. Start by selecting new 16–18-inch alloy wheels with a disruptive design and take it a step further through a range of premium body colours, including Selenium Grey, Nera Black, Elixir Red and Vertigo Blue.
Finding a new 2008 to meet your needs has never been easier through a range of electric and petrol powertrains. Peugeot will continue to offer variants of their advanced 1.2-litre petrol engines, from the PureTech 100 to the PureTech 300 which can be paired with an EAT8 eight-speed automatic gearbox or a six-speed manual gearbox. In 2024, the Hybrid model will be released, allowing the petrol engine and battery to work in unison – reducing fuel consumption and giving an urban dynamic to the 2008.
A new electric powertrain on the e-2008 is a development that takes us from eager to excited. An upgraded 54kWh battery raises the power to 156hp, yet the electric range gets an impressive boost up to 252 miles – a true testament to Peugeot’s forward EV thinking. The e-2008 is paired with a single-phase 7.4kW charger and, as an option, a three-phase 11kW charger, but if you wish for a quicker charge, you can achieve 0-80% in only 30 minutes on a 100kW charger.
The enhanced i-Cockpit on the new 2008 is an innovative update designed to fully unify the driver with the drive. A 10-inch digital information display (with 3D rendering on the GT line) has a fully customisable layout so that your cabin is tailored to your exact preferences. Car health, wireless phone mirroring, voice-activated commands, and more are readily accessible through this panel, while a series of quick-access piano keys allow you to modify climate, entertainment, and navigation without needing to take your eyes off the road.
For easier and safer driving, the new 2008 comes with a range of driver assistance features, including Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go, Automatic Emergency Braking, Extended Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Keeping Assist, Driver Attention Alert and Blind Spot Monitoring. For enhanced traction, Advanced Grip Control, together with all-season tyres, is also offered, which provides access to three additional driving modes: Sand, Mud and Snow.
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