In the coming years, Peugeot will be one of the brands with a greater number of important novelties. The new 308 saga marks the beginning and will be followed by 3008, 5008 …
May 15, 2021 (08:00 CET)
Peugeot news until 2026
From this year, Peugeot will renew the 308 family and then it will be the turn of the 3008 and 5008 from 2023. One of the great surprises is the continuation of the project of a 308 or 408 crossover (P54). However, these are just a glimpse of what the French brand has in store for the next 5 years.
The The Stellantis Group aims to electrify 100% of its ranges by 2025. At Peugeot, starting in 2022, two light hybridization systems will be launched and above all a new electrical architecture – known as eVMP-. At the head of all the new projects will no longer be Jean-Philippe Imparato, who has become the director of Alfa Romeo, but will be Linda Jackson, former head of Citroën, who will lead the new strategy of the lion firm.
Next, we will detail all the Peugeot news from 2021 to 2026.
EVERYTHING NEW FROM PEUGEOT IN 2021
Peugeot 308 2021
Upon arrival at dealerships of the redesigned versions of the 3008 and 5008, the Expert with its electric propulsion, the Landtrek in South America and the 508 PSE, the French firm presented the third generation of the 308 in March. The new generation of the compact stands out for receiving high-tech equipment (connectivity, autonomous driving …) and, above all, for incorporating two plug-in hybrid versions.
308 III (P51): March (presentation) / September (commercialization)
508 PSE (R83): spring (commercialization)
508 SW PSE (R82): spring (launch)
308 SW (P52): June (presentation)
e-Rifter (e-K9): Fall 2021
e-Partner (e-K9): Fall 2021
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EVERYTHING NEW FROM PEUGEOT IN 2022
The 308 range will continue to take center stage in 2022 with the start of the commercialization of the version with the SW family body and the more than probable premiere of an unprecedented body variant with crossover / SUV touches, in the purest style of the current Citroën C4.
308 III SW (P52): 1st quarter (commercialization)
308 Crossover (P54): spring (presentation) / end of 2022 (commercialization).
508 II redesigned: throughout 2022
Redesigned Rifter / Partner: throughout 2022
Redesigned boxer shorts: throughout 2022
EVERYTHING NEW FROM PEUGEOT IN 2023
The Peugeot Quartz Concept could enter the future 3008 and 5008
On 2023, Peugeot will tackle the renovation of one of its most important cars in recent years, the Mid SUV 3008 (with internal numbering code P64). His “older brother”, the 5008, will also debut a new generation (the P74). In the case of 3008 2023, the main novelty will be the launch of a 100% electric version that will use the new Nidec engine and an evolution of the EMP2 platform, called eVMP. On the other hand, 208 and 2008 will be updated at the end of the year with the new 308 multimedia system on the program, while the electric versions will feature the new Nidec electric motor and a higher capacity battery.
3008 III (P64): throughout 2023
208 redesigned (P21): summer
208 PSE (e-P21): summer
2008 II redesigned (P24): summer
5008 III (P74): autumn (presentation)
e-308 (e-P51): current 2023
EVERYTHING NEW FROM PEUGEOT IN 2024, 2025 AND 2026
The new generations of 208 and 2008 could be based on the Fractal Concept 2
The project of a large SUV coupe (6008 or 7008 could be their names) was reconsidered in 2019. As part of the merger with FCA, PSA is considering Alfa Romeo’s Giorgio platform (renamed STLA Large), but ultimately on behalf of DS and Opel. For 2025, Peugeot is preparing a small SUV for South America (P44) that could land in Europe only in a purely electric version. That same year, 308 III would go on to receive its first restyling. On the other hand and developed on the new STLA Small platform (SMP code), the 208 and 2008 will be replaced in 2026.