The SUV PEUGEOT 3008 GT HYBRID4 is approved according to the new WLTP protocol at 29g from C0₂/km (1,3l/100km) and 59 km range in 100% electric mode.
By offering this SUV AWD with an equivalent power of 300 hp (or 220 kW) with C0₂ emissions at the best level on the hybrid market, PEUGEOT is resolutely committed to an energy transition ever stronger in sensations.
The 3008 GT HYBRID4 is available to order in France and will be available from October 2019 in the rest of Europe.
With more than 700,000 vehicles sold since the launch in 2016 (and leader on its segment in many countries), the success story of the SUV PEUGEOT 3008 takes a new dimension with the powerful version HYBRID4, a power never reached by a PEUGEOT of series! This top-of-the-range version offers 4-wheel drive and reaches the equivalent of 300hp (or 220kW).
This is the result of the combination of a 200hp (or 147kW) PureTech engine and two electric engines: one at the front coupled to the e-EAT8 developing 110hp (or 81kW) and the second coupled on the rear train developing 112hp (or 83kW).
It goes from 0 to 100km/h in 5.9s as a single driver. The battery capacity is 13.2kWh for a 100% electric range of 59 kilometres(2) according to the WLTP protocol.
Charging the battery is easy and fast, the full charge of the vehicle is made in 1h45 accelerated charge when using a Wallbox. 4WD mode provides improved traction on roads or difficult terrain. The result is flawless grip: whether on wet, muddy, snowy or winding roads, the power is evenly distributed over all four wheels of the vehicle.
PEUGEOT 3008 HYBRID4 thus offers power and four-wheel drive with C0₂ emissions at the best level on the market: 29g of C02 per kilometre according to the WLTP protocol.
The combination of the efficient EMP2 (Efficient Modular Platform) platform and the new multi-arm rear axle provides high-level comfort while ensuring high stimulating. The integration of the rear axle has no impact on the roominess and preserves the volume of trunk above the carpet.
The HYBRID4 engine is only available in GT version with exclusive Alcantara® Greval Grey trim and real aged oak wood “Grey Oak” decorations. There are also new ADAS taken over from the new PEUGEOT 508: the adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function and assistance in maintaining lane position.
A few months after its launch, the HYBRID4 version will be joined in the range by a 225hp (or 165kW) two-wheel drive HYBRID version, which will combine a 180hp (or 132 kW) PureTech engine with a 110 hp (or 80kW) electric motor located at the front of the vehicle coupled to the e-EAT8.
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