The latest Peugeot 308 is a revamped model from the ground up to be a much more unique car than undistinguished model its replaces. The thing that’s gone is the bubbly styling and also the awkward proportioning. To replace it, we’ll get a more mature-looking hatch wheels that are pushed back to the corners.
At its front, you’ll get the 4.25m 308 that sports an adjustment of the Peugeot’s latest family face, containing the slim full-LED headlamps that are said as the “standard on the majority of the trim levels and also a world-first in the segment”.
There are several new things on this 308, starting with the employment of the latest EMP2 modular platform that sheds 140kg over the outgoing model, the claimed growth in interior quality and its “button-less” design. The last seems to be referred as the “i-cockpit” by the team behind it, so that the center-mounted 9.7inch touchscreen unit is the major focal point.
The firm has published that a ultra-green and also ultra-frugal version will be fitted in this vehicle. Meanwhile, its produces a claimed 85 g/Km CO2 that makes it excused from many fares in opted countries, or simply lesser taxes in the others.
The world debut of the stunning 308 will come to pass in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show together with sales to follow shortly after.