Future Peugeot 3008 (2023): what we already know about the SUV

Expected for 2023, the next generation of the Peugeot 3008 should reinvent itself in depth, and give pride of place to electric.

It has been five years since the current generation of the Peugeot 3008 was launched, in 2016 to be precise. A new version which had then made a very clear leap forward compared to the previous one, under the impetus in particular of Gilles Vidal, then director of design for the lion brand. Everything had been changed on the SUV, which then offered a much more attractive design, as well as a road behavior never before seen on a raised vehicle. But after a restyling in 2020, it’s time for the manufacturer’s star to renew itself. A new generation is precisely scheduled for 2023, and it should change radically from the one we already know. Indeed, according to the first noises of corridors, the front face should in particular be inspired by the current Peugeot 308.

A revised style

We should then find the new grille as well as the famous luminous fangs, already present on the current Peugeot 3008. The rear should meanwhile be more inclined, drawing inspiration from the SUV coupe. On board, the driver will enjoy a new i-Cockpit, which will keep its small steering wheel and its digital handset installed high up. Habitability should remain close to that which we already know. A new longer version should appear, replacing the current Peugeot 5008, which was also restyled in 2020. Driving aids should also evolve, but for now, we still know little about it.

An electric version

Under its hood, the future rival of the Renault Austral will still be available with a petrol engine, as well as a rechargeable hybrid. If the SUV will ignore the diesel, it will however offer a new version electric, available with one or two motors. We will have to wait a little longer before knowing more, while this new generation should see the light of day in the course of next year.

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