Peugeot has revealed the Urban Crossover Concept in Beijing, a Juke-rivalling model with a focus on city drivers.
The newcomer was styled by Peugeot’s studios in Paris, Shanghai and Sao Paolo, and gets the firm’s latest design language. That means swept-back headlights, a bold chrome grille and a prominent Peugeot badge on the bonnet.
The Urban Crossover looks like a development of the HR1 Concept, and gives our best look at how any production model could look. And it’s feasible for production too, given that it rides on the same platform as the new 208 supermini.
With that in mind it’s sensible to expect the engine range from the 208 to feature. An e-HDi model will be the most efficient, while a turbocharged 1.6-litre engine will top the range.
If the Urban Crossover Concept does make it to showrooms, it will probably be called the 2008 and should cost from a Juke-rivalling £13,000.