Rendering of the Next Generation Peugeot 3008 Predicts Its New Design Potential

Peugeot is in the early stages of developing the next-generation 3008 crossover. The first spy photos of the model captured the car trying to hide under the body of the Citroen C5 Aircross, but new photos show the model wearing its production panels for the first time. Newm’s unofficial rendering of trying to outline the appearance of the new crossover long before the official debut takes place.

The Peugeot 3008 in the renders adopts the stylistic trend seen in other recently revealed models from the brand. The 3008 features a stylish grille flanked by slim, high-seated headlamps. The front also gets the brand’s LED fangs which cascade down from the headlamps, bisecting the intake accents. The large opening occupies most of the lower bumper.

The rear packs as much style as the face, with a chunky diffuser sitting below a simple hatch and modern taillights. The renderings show off the car with sleek, slanted and stylish D-pillars that are well camouflaged in recent spy shots, hiding a special touch of style. It should borrow features from the newly revealed 408, but the production version could look a lot different on the back. We needed the vehicle to remove some of the camouflage before we were sure of the layout of the design.

The renderings didn’t show off the engine bay, but we expect Peugeot to offer the crossover with a gas, plug-in hybrid and fully electric powertrain. It’s too early in the development cycle to know much about the setup, and we’ll likely have to wait until the full reveal to learn all the details. The current generation 3008 hybrid produces 300 horsepower (223 kilowatts) and 384 pound-feet (520 Newton-meters) of torque.

The next generation Peugeot 3008 is still in the early stages of the development cycle. Our spy photographer recently got a look at the crossover in its production body, which the automaker has hidden under a layer of full-body camouflage. We don’t expect the company to reveal it before the end of next year, with the new 3008 likely to go on sale in early 2024.

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