Peugeot 4008

Production Cars 10 Oct 2011
Peugeot 4008

Peugeot has revealed the first images of the 4008, the compact SUV based on the Mitsubishi ASX that will make its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.


PeugeotLike its sister model, the Citroën C4 Aircross, the Peugeot 4008 is based on the Mitsubishi ASX and features a length of 4.34 meters and a width of 1.79 meters.

The Peugeot model is characterized by a distinctive a front end with a large hexagonal grille which is surrounded by a chrome trim and integrates the bumper and the license plate holder, and dynamic, elongated headlights matched by the lower air intakes.

At the rear the design features a cleaner surface treatment which enhances the sense of width.

The Peugeot compact SUV will be offered with an electronically controlled AWD system with three operating modes: 2WD, 4WD and Lock.

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The range of engines will include two gasoline units (1.6 and 2 liters) and two diesel units (1.6 and 1.8 liters), combined with a choice among a five-speed manual gearbox, a 6-speed automatic gearbox and a CVT transmission.

The 4008 will go on sale in Spring 2012, after its world debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

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  1. Suvadip Mandal
    10/10/2011

    sexy ….

    (via Facebook)
  2. Mohamed Eissa
    10/10/2011

    Hexagonal grill shape …:)
    It seems that it became the key of any new design regardless the brand, it doesn’t matter if it was Hyundai, Ford, Maserati and now three brands join the list in one step. Why Peugeot is losing it’s distinctive identity for a hexagonal grill and wiered head lights may be more fitting for a citroen but not Peugeot.
    Anyway I have to admit that the model is really European and nice compact size and have much nice touches but not Peugeot.

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