The time has come for a restyling for the Peugeot 3008, the French manufacturer’s average SUV. The mid-career update focused on style, engines and technological equipment. According to Peugeot, the new design conveys a new sense of modernity by effectively combining refinement and technology. The front has been redesigned, as well as the LED lights, while it is possible to choose new colours and the new “Black Pack” with gloss black finishes and elements.
The large frameless chequered grille shows a more modern style, while maintaining a fluid and clean design. The French manufacturer’s designers, led by Matthias Hossann, wanted it to extend even below the LED headlights with new wings in order to connect all the front elements. At the centre of the front grille stands the Lion logo, as on all Peugeot models. The headlights have been redesigned and include claw-shaped daytime running lights with chrome tip.
Among the most characteristic elements of the model are the interior, which has remained substantially unchanged from the previous version. The slight update involved the digital display of the 12.3-inch instrumentation, fully customisable and configurable, which now features a digital panel with “Normally Black” technology for better readability and contrast. At the centre of the dashboard is the 10 inch touchscreen for infotainment system management.
By A&D|2020-09-01T12:51:48+02:001 September 2020|NEWS|