8 New Peugeot Cars Offering a Fresh Take on Automotive Design in 2020

While other automakers are only good for declarations of their future electric strategies, the French Peugeot is all business. Taking a look at the upcoming 2020 lineup, nearly every single model gets some sort of electrification without compromising on performance and looks. These new arrivals are as stunning as ever and today we will be carefully analyzing what to expect from the Europe’s best-looking mass-produced automobiles!
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#1 2020 Peugeot 2008 & e2008

This new generation Peugeot 2008 subcompact crossover arrives in 2020 rebuilt from ground up. It comes underpinned by PSA’s new common modular platform, offering gasoline, diesel, and battery electric powertrains to choose from.

#2 2020 Peugeot 508 Hybrid

2020 Peugeot 508 offers another powertrain option – a plug-in hybrid, that was previewed by the Sport Engineered Concept.

#3 2020 Peugeot 3008 Hybrid & GT Hybrid4

2020 Peugeot 3008 compact crossover is offered in two plug-in modifications: the entry-level Hybrid, with a 225-hp powertrain good for 40 km of electric range, and the more expensive Hybrid 4 making 300 hps and promising 60+km.

#4 2020 Peugeot 208 & e208

On the market since 2012, the Peugeot 208 belongs to the supermini segment, and starting from the 2020, it enters its 2nd generation, available as a gasoline, diesel or a fully electric model.


2020 PEUGEOT E-EXPERT is the latest vehicle in the company’s electrification offensive, that was designed to solidify the company’s leadership in the light commercial vehicle segment.

#6 2020 PEUGEOT 208 Rally 4

2020 PEUGEOT 208 Rally 4 is the newest rally model, built by the company’s Sport division that designs cars for competing in WRC, touring, and endurance racing. It already made its racing debut last November, and its market premiere is scheduled on the second quarter of 2020, with pricing of €66,000 before taxes.

#7 2020 Peugeot 508 SW & SW Hybrid

Peugeot 508 SW is the second model joining the updated 508 range, that arrives in 2020 with sharper design, new tech features, and a choice of 2 gas, 4 diesel, and one plug-in-hybrid drivetrain.

#8 2020 ONE-OFF PEUGEOT 3008 SUV

Aiming to show off its overlanding potential, Peugeot gives the 3008 crossover an all-terrain treatment. The one-off adventure version features an impressive list of rugged modifications, ARB roof-tent, and a bicycle rack at the rear.


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  1. I can't see how Peugeot is going to be successful in NA. What makes these stand out vs what is available today?

  2. Ваша фанатка с нетерпением ждет автo в Чехии , какoв oтгад егo прибытия ? Спасибo за oтвет .

  3. Sad that the brand is peugeot, i like the car designs , but just that it is peugeot i will never buy it, very very bad experience with it and will never ever buy a peugeot again. Its like u would drink champagne out of a plastic cup instead of a glass/crystal one. It cannot be trusted.

  4. I had lost interest in the Peugeot brand since my 406 Estate. They seemed (in my opinion) loose their interesting design language to some somber models however, I must say since the latest 3008 / 5008 models came to market my passion for the brand has be rekindled. There is not an ugly, uninteresting design to their name now.
    I looked at both the 3008 / 5008 but unfortunately they did not have the equipment I need – even as an optional extra. I need electric front seats due to mobility issues and not even the top model provided this. It is little things like this that the Korean brands chuck in all inclusive. Come on Peugeot.

  5. Really nice videos; I just wonder about Peugeot; have they been struck by hubris?
    Pricing for what you get is in BMW and Audi territory for all of it''s glossy interior and looks, they still are not nearly as attractive out of a brand perspective, reliability is poor at best. I spoke with a Peugeot mechanic the other day and he says they are engineered for 5 years or 80,000 kilometers and after that, the maintenance cost goes up exponentially.
    So my advice is; lease it if you like the looks but don't buy it!

  6. I look at this Peugeot line from a Chrysler perspective, what here would work as a rebadged, slightly redone Chrysler in the North American market? If Peugeot wants a piece of the NA market, that should be done using the Chrysler brand as the method. The large sedan 508 would work perfectly as a mid size Chrysler, differ grill, tail lights, some interior parts and a couple of Chrysler engines and all the Peugeot electrical drive trains and it works very well. Why reinvent the wheel? Duplicate the French plant in North America and who cares what it is badged, it still is a corporate vehicle producing revenue. If one can get over the cultural hurdles, so much can be done with this merger and every brand now in this portfolio can succeed if the essence of those brands are identified, enhanced, nurtured, preserved, and uniquely promoted. All Peugeot needs to be happy are American Jeeps in their showrooms and Chrysler badged Peugeot’s running around North America and the bottom line getting fat on Italian built Alfa Romeos and Maseratis. Perhaps superficial in scope, but kind of the whole thing in a nutshell in my words.

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