The current Peugeot 3008 has charmed more than 1,320,000 customers in 130
countries over the past 7 years. Peugeot is committed to offer a complete EV line-up
as soon as 2025 and 100% of the brands’ sales in Europe will be electric by 2030.
The latest Peugeot E-3008 is the first model to use Stellantis' brand new STLA
Medium platform, which has been designed to offer a range of up to 700km and a
recharge time of 30 minutes.
This Next-Level Peugeot E-3008 will be produced exclusively at the Sochaux plant in
France and will be on sale in Ireland from Spring 2024. Full details of prices and
specification will be announced later this year. The electric motor is manufactured
and produced by the STELLANTIS-NIDEC joint venture in Trémery (France), while
the gearbox is manufactured and produced by Stellantis in Valenciennes (France).
Trim, Options & Colours
The range will be based on two trim levels, Allure and GT, with 3 option packs to
keep the choices simple, and three all-electric powertrains:
- Range of 525km, 2-wheel drive, 210bhp/157kW,
- Dual Motor with range of 525km, 4-wheel drive, 320bhp/240kW,
- Long Range with range of 700km, 2-wheel drive, 230bhp/170kW.
Hybrid powertrains will also be available.
New exterior styling features include a new front end light signature with a seamless
grille, thanks to a gradient in the colour of the bodywork, “floating” spoiler and new
three-claw light signature at the rear.
The new E-3008 is available in a range of six colours, all-new Ingaro Blue, Obsession
Blue, Okenite White, Pearl Black, Artense Grey and Titanium Grey.
Inside, the E-3008, the new Peugeot Panoramic i-Cockpit comes with a floating,
curved 21-inch HD panoramic screen that combines the head-up display with the
central touchscreen. The central part of the dashboard houses i-Toggles, fully
customisable touch-sensitive buttons that can be programmed to provide quick
access to 10 of the user's favourite functions.
The compact steering wheel has been a fundamental element of the Peugeot i-
Cockpit from the outset and has been extensively reworked to offer even greater
driving sensations and comfort. The controls on the compact steering wheel are new,
for optimum ergonomics. They automatically detect the driver's fingers, but are only
activated when the driver presses them, to avoid any false manoeuvres.
Peugeot takes a further step towards semi-autonomous driving with the Drive Assist
Plus system available on the new E-3008. This system assists the driver by using all
the car's sensors (cameras, radar, etc.) and information from the connected
navigation system. Features include Adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function
and lane-keeping assist, Semi-automatic lane change and Early speed
Active safety systems available include:
Automatic emergency braking with collision warning
Active-lane departure warning with lane departure correction
Driver Attention Alert
Extended recognition with digital display of road signs
Long-range blind spot monitoring
Hill Descent Control
Advanced Traction Control.
Battery and Charging
The 400V high-voltage lithium-ion battery has a chemical composition of NMC
(Nickel, Manganese and Cobalt) and is located under the floor pan, supplying the
electric motor for the vehicle's traction.
The charging socket on the left rear wing offers Mode 2/3 (alternating current) and
Mode 4 (direct current) connections.
For AC charging, two types of on-board charger are available to suit all customer uses
and charging solutions, with an 11kW three-phase charger as standard and a 22kW
three-phase charger as an option.
For DC recharging, via superchargers, the Mode 4 socket on the new E-3008 accepts
a power rating up to 160kW, enabling the E-3008's standard range battery to be
recharged from 20% to 80% in 30 minutes for the standard range version, and less
than 30 minutes for the Long-Range version.
To complete the line-up, the new 3008 will also be available with electrified (Hybrid
and Plug-In Hybrid) power units.