The All-New PEUGEOT E-3008 Fastback SUV

By 2025, PEUGEOT will offer the widest range of electric cars of any generalist brand in Europe, and as of now, PEUGEOT is replacing its best-seller with an all-new electric fastback SUV:  the Next-Level E-3008.

PEUGEOT has transformed the E-3008, taking to a whole new level the creativity of its design and the driving pleasure and electric performance it offers to its users:

– ALLURE of a fastback SUV with a reinvented and efficient design.
– EMOTION produced by the next-gen PEUGEOT Panoramic i-Cockpit® which takes driving pleasure to a whole new level.
– EXCELLENCE 100% electric range (up to 700km) and performance, thanks to the new STLA Medium platform from Stellantis.

The current PEUGEOT 3008 is a best-seller that has charmed more than 1,320,000 customers in 130 countries over the past 7 years. PEUGEOT is committed to offer a complete EV line-up as soon as 2025 and 100% of the brands’ sales in Europe will be electric by 2030.  PEUGEOT is entering a new era with the unveiling of its new E-3008.

The PEUGEOT E-3008 is the first model to use Stellantis’ brand new STLA Medium platform, which takes the brand to the next level. This innovative platform has been designed to offer best-in-class performance for the most important criteria for customers: range (up to 700km), recharge time (30 minutes), driving pleasure, performance, efficiency and connected services and functions (Trip Planner, Smart charging,Vehicle to load and Over The Air updates).

The Next-Level PEUGEOT E-3008 will be produced exclusively at the Sochaux plant in France and will be on sale from February 2024.

The range will be based on two trim levels, Allure and GT, with 3 option packs to keep the choices simple, and three all-electric powertrains (210bhp, 230bhp Long Range and 320bhp Dual Motor (4-wheel drive).  Hybrid powertrains will also be available, according to market.


With the new E-3008, PEUGEOT design is entering a new electric era, where Allure has style at the service of efficiency.

The new E-3008 is immediately recognisable by its fastback SUV styling. With its dynamic and aerodynamic shape (Cx 0.28), the new E-3008 combines elegance, efficiency and spaciousness.

The vibrancy of the new E-3008’s feline lines also stems from the vehicle’s well-balanced dimensions (length: 4.54m, width: 1.89m, height: 1.64m), which remains one of the most compact in the C-segment 100% electric SUV category, while still providing plenty of passenger and luggage space.

On the new E-3008, PEUGEOT introduces a new treatment for the front end. While the iconic three-claw light signature remains firmly in place, the treatment of the headlamps and grille is radically new.

The grille of the new E-3008 illustrates the electric genes of this model.

This front end is designed around the new PEUGEOT emblem, integrating the new light signature and the grille without delimitation, thanks to a gradient in the colour of the bodywork.

The ultra-compact headlamps are housed in a slim, elegant strip that sits above the radiator grille and wraps around the entire front end. It is a distinctive design feature that gives the new E-3008 a particularly piercing look, asserting its modernity and personality.

The headlamps are LED on all versions. The E-3008 GT comes as standard with PEUGEOT’s new Pixel LED technology, which automatically adapts the headlamp beam to traffic conditions, maintaining optimum lighting without disturbing other road users.

In addition to the spectacular 21-inch floating panoramic screen on the new PEUGEOT Panoramic i-Cockpit® (see below), the cabin’s strong appeal and technological character are enhanced by the ambient LED lighting, which can be customised in 8 different colours.

This lighting is reflected by an elegant genuine aluminium trim that extends across the dashboard and generously extends over the doors. The combination of aluminium, light and patterned fabric creates a unique, high-quality harmony of premium materials.


The promise of innovation and elegance on the outside of the E-3008 also extends to the inside. The new PEUGEOT Panoramic i-Cockpit® takes driving pleasure to the next level.

The PEUGEOT teams decided to combine two of the three fundamental elements of the i-Cockpit®, the head-up display and the large central touch screen. These are now integrated into a curved panoramic screen made up of a single 21-inch high-definition panel, which extends from the left-hand end of the dashboard to the centre console.

This panoramic screen floats above the dashboard. The ‘floating’ effect is emphasised by the ambient LED lighting, the source of which is located beneath the screen.

Positioned for optimum ergonomics, this 21-inch panoramic screen is slightly curved towards the driver, while remaining perfectly accessible to the passenger. This large and high-quality digital screen therefore combines two key functions of the PEUGEOT i-Cockpit:

– On the left-hand side of the panoramic screen, the instrument cluster combines all the information relating to driving (speed, power, driving aids, energy flow) above the compact steering wheel.

– On the right-hand side of the panoramic screen, in the centre of the dashboard, the touch-screen section is accessible to both driver and passenger. It can be used to manage the heating/air conditioning, navigation, media/connectivity systems, etc.

On the Allure version of the E-3008, the new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit is made up as standard of two 10-inch digital screens integrated into a single panel in the panoramic display, giving the same floating effect as the 21-inch panel. The GT is fitted as standard with a 21-inch screen.

The E-3008 features the latest PEUGEOT active safety technologies, including:

– Automatic emergency braking with collision warning: detects vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists, day or night, from 7km/h and up to 140km/h.
– Active lane departure warning with lane departure correction.
– Driver Attention Alert, which detects loss of alertness by analysing vehicle movements.
– Extended recognition with digital display of road signs: stop, one-way, no overtaking, end of no overtaking, in addition to the usual speed signs.
– Long-range blind spot monitoring (up to 75 metres).
– Hill Descent Control: reduces the risk of skidding or losing control of the vehicle when driving downhill at speeds below 30km/h, whether in forward or reverse gear, by automatically regulating speed.
– Advanced Traction Control: optimises grip on slippery surfaces. It can be activated in 3 positions: snow, mud and sand.


The new STLA Medium electric platform from Stellantis inaugurated on the E-3008 enables PEUGEOT to meet the expectations of 100% electric vehicle customers in terms of performance, efficiency, range and recharging capacity.

The PEUGEOT E-3008 is the first model to benefit from Stellantis’ brand new STLA Medium platform. Designed for the Group’s future electric vehicles, it sets a new benchmark in the market.

The STLA Medium BEV-by-design platform boasts record on-board energy between the wheels, with up to 98kWh in a wheelbase that has been kept short (2.73m for the E-3008). This high-performance design enables the E-3008 to offer the best range in its category (up to 700km) while still being compact (4.54m long).

Designed from the outset as an electric model, the new E-3008 benefits from a range of 3 zero-emission all-electric powertrains (WLTP cycle under approval) to meet all customer needs.

– Range of 525km, 2-wheel drive, 210bhp/157kW,
– Dual Motor with range of 525km, 4-wheel drive, 320bhp/240kW,
– Long Range with range of 700km, 2-wheel drive, 230bhp/170kW.

This new generation of permanent magnet synchronous motors offers more power and greater efficiency.  The 2-wheel drive versions deliver 157kW (343Nm) or 170kW (343Nm). The Dual Motor 4-wheel drive version delivers a total of 240kW (157kW-343Nm at the front and 83Kw-166Nm at the rear).

The electric motor is manufactured and produced by the STELLANTIS-NIDEC joint venture in Trémery (France).

The gearbox is manufactured and produced by Stellantis in Valenciennes (France). The ratio for the 2-wheel drive version (530km) is 9.77.

The 400V high-voltage lithium-ion battery, with a chemical composition of NMC (Nickel, Manganese and Cobalt), is located under the floor pan and supplies the electric motor for the vehicle’s traction.

The other electrical consumers (lights, infotainment, etc.) continue to be supplied by a 12V battery, itself supplied by the high-voltage battery via the converter.

There are three technical definitions (WLTP cycle under approval) of the high-voltage battery:

– Range of 525km with 73kWh,
– Dual Motor with range of 525km with 73kWh,
– Long Range of 700km with 98kWh.

The battery is guaranteed for 8 years (or 160,000km) at 70% of its charge capacity.

The charging socket on the left rear wing offers Mode 2/3 (alternating current) and Mode 4 (direct current) connections.

For AC charging, two types of on-board charger are available to suit all customer uses and charging solutions, with an 11kW three-phase charger as standard and a 22kW three-phase charger as an option.

Blagojce Krivevski

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