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Peugeot E-3008: the next-level electric SUV

A new era begins with the all-electric Peugeot E-3008 fastback SUV

Peugeot E-3008

A new era of electric fastback SUV

Peugeot introduces a new era of electric vehicles with the new E-3008, a fastback SUV designed from the outset to be electric and the first on STLA Medium platform. Peugeot has experience with electric vehicles stretching back over 80 years. With a driving range up to 422 miles*, and up to eight years/100,000 miles of Peugeot Allure Care cover** on all the major electrical components, you can be confident that the pleasure of driving the new E-3008 is something that’s going to last and last.

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Make your journeys electric 

The smooth power of the E-3008 is the perfect partner for conducting every journey with serene comfort. With 230hp from an electric motor powered by a 98kWh battery, the Long Range E-3008 offers a range up to 422 miles*, giving you outstanding flexibility on the road. When the time does come to recharge, a rapid charge on a 100kW charger provides 62 miles of driving range for every 10 minutes spent hooked up, or from 20-80% of total battery capacity in just 30 minutes. 

A new era for Peugeot design

Unmistakably Peugeot, yet the beginning of a new era, the E-3008 is a bold statement of the French firm’s regeneration. It starts with the front end, a truly high tech look with ultra thin pixel LED lighting^ and the new iconic ‘three-claw’ daytime running lights unique to a car with the Peugeot shield. Peugeot’s Pixel LED technology combines six different technologies to assist with your driving on low and high-beam management to maintain optimum lighting without hindering other road users.  

Peugeot 3008 Hybrid

From there, the E-3008 adopts a stylish fastback profile, a graceful swept back roofline forming a unique combination with the commanding stance of an SUV to create a car with genuine presence. At the rear, a "floating" spoiler forms part of a high tail graphic, reinforcing the sporty appearance. On the GT model, a 3D glass blade design means the rear lights are visible from along the side of the car.

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A new way to travel

The interior of the new E-3008 puts you at the centre of a driving cockpit like no other. The spectacular Peugeot panoramic i-Cockpit® creates a cozy, lounge-like experience that elevates the driving experience onto a new level. The centrepiece is the HD panoramic curved display, a huge 21” screen that combines both the driver display and infotainment touchscreen in an arcing shape that appears to float over the main dashboard thanks to clever mounting and  underneath ambient lighting. Below it is Peugeot’s latest compact steering wheel, carefully positioned to enable an unrestricted view of the display, and featuring new ‘tactile clicking’ buttons for an optimum user experience that avoids any unintended commands. Paddles behind the wheel activate different levels of regenerative braking. To the left are the i-Toggles, virtual shortcuts allowing you to quickly access your preferred functions; 10 are available, with a dedicated ‘home’ button included. 

Peugeot 3008 Hybrid interior

Sitting in the E-3008, you’re struck by the clever use of tactile materials, from the dashboard to the door panels and centre arch. On the GT model, the alcove zones of the dashboard and door panel feature a printed real aluminium decor, emphasising the lounge experience. The new E-3008 can be specified with nappa leather upholstery, and on GT models, it’s combined with both front seats offering 10-way adjustment, seat ventilation (as well as heating), a massage function, and adaptive bolsters that use two pneumatic pockets to give the ultimate support during all types of driving. The relaxing experience is continued for rear seat passengers, with specially sculpted seats designed to offer maximum levels of comfort for three passengers. You’ll find up to 34 litres of storage space in the cabin, spread over 17 locations, while the generous 520 dm3 / 588 litre boot means you have the load space for every adventure.

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Advanced technology for safer, more relaxing driving

Whether in Allure form or flagship GT specification, the new E-3008 sets new standards for luxury and technology in its class. Choose from six different colours, and enjoy Allure’s 19” black diamond cut alloy wheels, HD reversing camera with its own dedicated wash function and Open and Go keyless entry among a long list of standard equipment. GT models add unique ‘aero styled’ 20” alloy wheels, Pixel LED lighting, a ‘hands free’ powered tailgate and adaptive cruise control with Stop and Go amongst others, for a truly premium experience.

An option on GT models is the Drive Assist Pack, which features Peugeot’s Highway Assist 2.0 technology. In addition to the Adaptive Cruise Control, there is Land Positioning Assist, Semi-Auto Lane Change and Recommended Speed Adaptation, allowing a semi-autonomous driving in specific conditions, the vehicle managing steering and speed for improved driving comfort and safety.

To find out more about the Peugeot E-3008 visit New PEUGEOT E-3008 | All-Electric or Hybrid | fastback SUV with a reinvented and efficient design or call 0247 6016391 for a test drive.

*E-3008 with up to 422 mile range currently unavailable. Orders open late 2024. 

Preliminary range data not official WLTP. Fuel Consumption in MPG (l/100km) and CO2 emissions (g/km) for the E-3008 range are: Combined N/A (N/A) and CO2 0g/km. Equivalent All Electric Range: 422 miles.

Official figures will be confirmed ahead of sale. The electric range achieved in real world conditions will depend upon a number of factors including, but not limited to: the accessories fitted (pre and post registration); the starting charge of the battery; variations in weather; driving styles and vehicle load. The E-3008 is a battery electric vehicle requiring mains electricity for charging. The WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure) is used to measure fuel consumption, electric range and CO2 figures. Figures shown are for comparison purposes and should only be compared to the fuel consumption, electric range and CO2 values of other cars tested to the same technical standard. 

**T&Cs apply. Visit Peugeot.co.uk.

^available on GT model only

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