2012 Peugeot 2008 Concept


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Peugeot will show off its 2008 Concept at the Paris Motor Show. The high-riding mini-SUV, similar in size and shape to the soon-to-be-launched Vauxhall Mokka, is set to go into production in 2013 and will be a global car for Peugeot. It will be produced in France(Mulhouse),China(Wuhan) and Brazil(Porto Real).

In Beijing in early 2012, Peugeot revealed the Urban Crossover Concept to the Chinese public, a contemplation of the motor vehicle in an increasingly urban world.

At the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the Marque is presenting the Peugeot 2008 Concept. This concept car gives further thrust to its international conquest strategy, for which all its talents have been mobilized. The engineers and stylists have worked together in Europe, China and Latin America to create this seductive future vehicle of the range.

Talking about the new 2008 Concept-

The Peugeot 2008 Concept bears the stylistic codes of the Marque, with its athletic and sleek lines it imposes its bold posture which overturns and reinvents the standards of the larger vehicles in the small-vehicles segment.

It is painted fluorescent yellow with Velvet matt varnish, a very luminous colour which is full of energy. The body is punctuated with Dark Chrome details, accentuating the modernity and elegance of this concept car.

The front face is refined and full of presence, where bonnet and wings give a reassuring impression of protection and strength. This perception is identical at the rear where the shape combines solidity with dynamism. The profile unites the two faces by means of the slender link which begins with the inclined windscreen and continues with the continuous roof line to the spoiler. And so a profiled and very aerodynamic silhouette is outlined. The side lines, traced in the direction of the road, give the impression of a lively, sleek and dynamic vehicle.

The Peugeot 2008 Concept pays particular attention to detail. The ‘floating grille’ has a design cut into the metal, combined with a sophisticated dual-aspect treatment following the example of the new marque emblem. The headlamps, of a precise and unique design, bear the Peugeot identity. Their contours follow the technical functions as closely as possible and so form the sharp pupil of a cat. Chiseled in form, they are aligned with the front face, giving it an even more expressive and individual character.

The Peugeot 2008 Concept also has very sensuous and sophisticated sculpted wings and sides,indicating natural athletic qualities. The large wheels, the design of their wheel arches and the ground clearance symbolize an active life without restraint, which are agile, versatile and lightweight.

In profile, the curve of the roof accentuates the upper decoration of the rear doors. Exclusive, cut into the metal, it appears crimped into the bodywork. This refinement also marks the precise design of the aluminum spoiler and roof bars which give the appearance of a vehicle designed for speed and leisure.

Under its sleek bonnet the Peugeot 2008 Concept is equipped with a development of the new generation 3-cylinder petrol engines, the 1.2-litre 3-cylinder engine has a turbo and direct injection. Developing its energy while remaining lightweight, it contributes to the versatility of the 2008 Concept with a power of 110bhp. This is combined with low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

Peugeot 2008 Concept Petrol options:

1.2 VTi with 82 hp
1.4 VTi with 95 hp
1.6 VTi with 120 hp
1.6 THP with 156 hp

Peugeot 2008 Concept Diesel options:

1.4 HDi with 70 hp
1.6 e-HDi with 92 hp

This crossover production would not be available right up till 2014, Anyway Stay tuned more updates.


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