It is expected that the 2024 Peugeot 3008 will be launched in September. Spies have captured a few prototypes that are undergoing testing at the last minute in Spain. The images were released without the #CamoCatch mask The models don’t show something we’ve never seen previously. Although that’s disappointing, the E-3008 will feature an enclosed grille that is surrounded by slim headlights that have the appearance of fangs. Below, you’ll find an enormous intake, which seems to be a sensor in the middle.
2024 Peugeot 3008 Changes
Since the crossover was changed into a “fastback SUV,” there’s an attractive windscreen that flows over an inclining roof. It will also have an aluminum body with a slab-sided design, as well as a prominent shoulder line. Other highlights include a large spoiler and sleek taillights that have sharp elements.
Although the photos aren’t informative however, the company has revealed that the new model will come with an LCD that measures 21 inches and has “mood lighting” beneath the screen. The display will be accompanied by fully customizable i-Toggles which are buttons with a touch sensor that can be programmed to allow access to 10 favorite functions, ranging from contact settings to temperature settings.
Buyers can also expect a futuristic dash as well as a center console, as along with a shifter that is now located on from the wheel. They’ll also have aluminum trim and a flat-bottomed steering wheel that features touchscreen controls.
Peugeot has been a bit slack regarding specifications, however, they made a few announcements at the E-Lion launch in January. Particularly, the company said that the E-3008 would be the first vehicle to debut with the STLA Medium platform and it will come with three electric engines that can offer 700 kilometers (435 miles) of range.
2024 Peugeot 3008 Engine & Performance
Stellantis did not go into details at the time however Stellantis recently unveiled that its STLA Medium platform will be equipped with front- and dual-motor all-wheel drive. They will be able to produce outputs that range between 215 hp (160 kW/ 218 PS) to 382 horsepower (285 kW or 387 PS). Stellantis also unveiled its plans to launch “Standard” and “Performance” battery packs. The former will give more than 300 miles (500 km) of range within the WLTP cycle, and the Performance version will extend the range to 435 miles (700 kilometers) which is a confirmation for E-3008.
While the emphasis is on the electric version it will also come with a hybrid 3008 that has 99 horsepower (74 kW/100 PS) or 134 horsepower (100 kW/136 PS) PureTech petrol engine. It will be linked to a dual-clutch six-speed transmission that is linked with a 28-hp (21 29 PS or kW)) electrical motor. This arrangement will provide “increased low-end torque and a 15% reduction in fuel consumption.”