9 Newest Peugeot Cars Combining Brilliant Design with the Latest Generation Powertrains

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The last decade in Peugeot’s history can be described as a technological and design Renaissance. The major driving force in giving the roar back to the lion was Gilles Vidal, who left the company in 2020. The upcoming model year will be the last accord of the master and it is definitely a grand one. In today’s episode we will be reviewing the latest Peugeots so far that continue charming drivers and experts around the world with beyond beautiful saber tooth front fascias, best interiors for the money, revolutionary i-cockpits and perfect drivetrain combinations.
Let’s get to the lineup that will definitely capture multiple Car of the Year titles in 2021! We start the engines now!

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#1 2021 Peugeot Sport Engineered 508

As one of the steps in Peugeot’s transition towards the upper market segment, the flagship 508 is receiving a Sports Engineered version to rival German alternatives like Audi S4 and BMW M3.

#2 2021 Peugeot 3008

Once a weird-looking, MPV-like crossover, the 3008 has evolved into one of the brand’s best-sellers in 2017. This year, the model arrives with facelifted styling and arguably becomes the most attractive member of Peugeot’s crossover-SUV family, beating its younger 2008 sibling.

#3 2021 Peugeot Landtrek

Developed in cooperation with the Chinese company Changan, this mid-size pickup truck is known as the Kaicene F70 in Asia and Peugeot Landtrek in Latin America and Saharan Africa. The model gets chassis, single and double cab version, offers up to tons of payload capacity, and can tow up to

#4 2021 Peugeot 308

Slightly revised for the 2021 model year, the current generation of the 308 compact will be ending production in the nearest future, only to make room for the redesigned from the ground up version of the car. The latter should be revealed to the public in spring 2021, but it has already been spies in camo by the most devoted media outlets.

#5 2021 Peugeot e-Traveller

The passenger version of the Peugeot Expert arrives as an all-electric model, offering 3 body lengths, and seating up to 8 passengers. As expected, the e-Traveller’s powertrain consists of a 136-hp electric motor and either a 50 or a 75 kWh battery pack. In the Eco mode, the e-Traveller will cover up to 148 or 205 miles between charges.

#6 2021 Peugeot 5008

2021 Peugeot 5008 finally adopts the brand’s latest design approach. It can be instantly recognized by the characteristic toothy front end with LED DRLs and reshaped headlights.

#7 2021 Peugeot e-Expert

The award-winning Peugeot e-Expert combines outstanding looks, reduced energy and maintenance costs with confident performance.

#8 2021 Peugeot 208 and e-208

The winner of the Car of the Year award 2020 Peugeot 208 is expanding its market reach. In 2021 it will become the first vehicle to be manufactured at El Palomar plant in Argentina and a pioneer of the new PSA Group CMP platform in Latin America.

#9 2021 Peugeot e-Boxer

Revealed in mid-2020, the fully electric version of the Peugeot Boxer already started assembly at the Italian plant in Cal di Sangro.
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