In the design of the iconic Peugeot 308 Since 2013 There had not been much change. The French manufacturer should now have taken into account the demands that it announced major changes to the design of the vehicle’s 2021 model. A new brand from the manufacturer, which has recently changed its logo and signaled a new era in terms of design. Peugeot 308 design related visuals came.
Peugeot 308 design changed after 8 years
We have been vehicles since 2013 in a make up We haven’t seen radical changes for years. Things have changed for the 2021 version of the vehicle, the design has been completely renewed. We have previously seen the design of the vehicle with leaks, this time the source of the images published is the company itself.
Along with the Olive Green color in the published design images 7 color options in total has. The first noticeable details include the changing logo and the expanding grille.
Based on last year’s model The vehicle has been elongated by 12cm, widened by 50mm and lowered by 20mm. Although it is a little difficult to notice these changes, let’s note that they are among the technical notes.
As with the other new models of the company, this model has also switched to the i-Cockpit design. The 10-inch screen also seems to offer a good experience. In addition, with the 2021 model Peugeot 308 design, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connection can be established at the same time. USB-C ports and wireless charging are not omitted due to new standards. Just like the assistants on smartphones, the vehicle’s personal assistant will open when you say “Ok Peugeot”.
One of the details that upset us is the capacity of the luggage. Dropped from 420 liters to 412 liters to be.
Although there is no information about the electric version of the Peugeot 308 hybrid, gasoline and diesel We know there will be versions. Let us state that there will be a performance difference between the hybrid model and other models.
Hybrid 225 hp e-EAT8: 1.6 PureTech four-cylinder petrol engine (180 hp) with 81 kW electric motor, combined power 225 hp, front-wheel drive, 59 km range, 26 gCO2 / km.
Hybrid 180 hp e-EAT8: 1.6 PureTech four-cylinder petrol engine (150 hp) with 81 kW electric motor, combined power 180 hp, front-wheel drive, 60 km range, 25 gCO2 / km.
The motors, on the other hand, get their power from the battery with a capacity of 12.4 kWh. The charging time of this battery is 1 hour 55 minutes with 7.4 kW Wall Box (32 Amper) and 7.4 kW cable, 3 hours 50 minutes with 3.7 kW cable from powered 16 Amper sockets, 3.7 from standard 8 Amper sockets. 7 hours 5 minutes with kW cable.
Other details of the vehicle, which will be revealed during the launch, In September 2021 expected to be on sale.