Every detail has been precision-crafted without compromise, for enhanced elegance and functionality. The spacious boot, with fold-down rear seats, offers ample functional loading space: 434 litres increasing to 1,044 with the rear seats folder down. And, there’s no compromise on the powertrain you choose. The boot has exactly the same capacity throughout the entire range.
Inside the cabin of the New 2008 SUV, seat upholstery comes with qualify fabrics like Alcantara® or leather and GT Line versions come with heated front seats as standard. The driver’s seat also offers a massage function, controlled electronically (according to trim level). Comfort and space are maximised and both are complimented by the opening panoramic glass roof which bathes the cabin in natural light. A premium Focal® Hi-Fi sound system also features, according to version.
Boasting the same powerful design as the all-new 2008 SUV, this all-electric e-2008 also adopts a few exclusive and distinctive styling features such as a body-coloured chequered front grille and a dichroic Lion which changes colour from different angles, and comes with an “e” monogram on the front side panel and tailgate. Inside, the cabin has an exclusive Alcantara© Gréval Grey seating trim not available on any other model.
The 100kW, 136bhp engine provides instant acceleration with its immediate engine torque of 260Nm, as well as the pleasure of flexible, dynamic, and silent driving. The all-new e-2008 SUV contains a high capacity, high voltage 50kWh battery that provides a range of 193 miles (WLTP) with zero CO2 emissions whilst driving. What’s more, is the electric car battery also has an 8-year or 100,000 mile warranty for 70% of its charge capacity.
The all-new Peugeot 2008 SUV also offers the latest driving aids and safety features, including Drive Assist which incorporates Lane Positioning Assist and Lane Departure Warning. The lane positioning system and adaptive speed regulator with Stop & Go functionality automatically adapts your speed to the match the car in front, maintaining a safe stopping distance.