• Dec 24, 2008
The 2010 Peugeot 3008 has been spotted in France wearing a scant amount of camouflage, and unless Peugeot is deceiving us, it looks just like the Prologue HyMotion4 Concept from the Paris Motor Show. Updating the sheetmetal of the 4007, this crossover Pug gets a much smoother grille treatment and a combination of lines and curves out back suitable for a display at MOMA. The interior isn't revolutionary, but it's expected to offer seating for five or seven and looks like it will hold up to consumers cross-shopping the Nissan Qashqai and VW Tiguan. Four-cylinder turbocharged engines are predicted to be sized at 1.6-liters, burning either gas or oil and driving two wheels at launch, with a four-wheel-drive variant offered down the line. Thanks for the tip, Jackob!
[Source: Autokrata]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Fugly! The head and brake lights are all wrong, the grille is terrible.
      • 6 Years Ago
      When Peugeots were designed by Pininfarina (or Bertone), they used to come out with really classy, proportional, downright handsome-looking cars be they large sedans or small hatchbacks. Now they all look like they didn't even bother with stylists (or got cheap ones).

      Where decades ago they used to market cars which were built very well and looked great, then sold cars which looked great but weren't put together right, it looks like now they have neither.