2023 Peugeot 408 – The all-new Peugeot 408 “dynamic fastback” saloon has been introduced to expand the French line-up of the brand which is located between the family-sized 508 hatches and the 3008 SUV, which is mid-sized. With a premium five-door and the huge tailgate of a hatchback, Peugeot states that the 408 puts a premium on practicality and aesthetics. It is the first car that has its own style that is on sale. The design doesn’t create new ground for the brand, for example, the look of the grille’s design that will be soon seen on other models of Peugeot The formula behind it is built on the same technology.
2023 Peugeot 408 Changes
The 408 is built on the most current version of the EMP2 system of Peugeot. It’s powered by one pure-petrol engine and hybrid plug-in powertrains that will be available from the start of 2023. The company has also said that it will launch an electric-only model which could be dubbed the E-408 “a few months later.” The only model that’s not electric and will not be available is the initial 128bhp 1.2-liter turbo-powered petrol engine that has three cylinders, however, the engine will replace by an alternative mild-hybrid version at the end of 2023 the company says.
The powertrains that plug into the plug are Peugeot the 178bhp Hybrid 180 and the 222-bhp Hybrid 225. Both models have the 1.6-liter fuel-powered turbocharged four-cylinder engine that is connected to an electric motor that is connected with a 12.4kWh battery that requires 45 minutes and one hour to charge from an electric wall box with 7kW. When we published the report we had not yet received the homologation of final performance figures are not yet verified However, for comparison the 308, as well as the PHEVs 508 and3008 that utilize the same plug-in hybrid technology could go by 37 miles and 39 miles respectively, and therefore similar figures for 408 are likely.
Each engine is linked to an auto eight-speed gearbox. Therefore, you can expect the 1.2 gasoline to be able to go from 0-62mph in 10 minutes. Electric assistance in hybrids and plug-ins are a factor, which means they’ll run more efficiently even though they weigh more. This Hybrid 225 could dip below 8.5 seconds, which is the same speed range.
“The 408 was introduced in the last couple of years with the aim of completely reinventing the saloon. The driving experience is exciting and much more enjoyable than the saloon, however, it’s not as impressive as the coupe-SUV. It’s made for those who are looking for something new. It’s an extremely active saloon with the style of modern Peugeot DNA. “Nothing is neutral on this car,” he said. “Everything does something. The style of the design is different to the one we’ve been accustomed in at Peugeot. It’s a sharper, more diamond-faceted design. It’s disruptive. Consider the 20-inch wheels. We tried to incorporate the square pattern into the shape of a circle.” At 4.69 meters long and featuring 4.69 meters of length and a 2.79m wheelbase, the 408 is very long. With 1.48m high, the ride is much more like a saloon that has a roof higher than an SUV-style car.
Contrary to the intricate grille, from a vantage point, those lines on the 408 appear straightforward, with smooth surfaces. They are highlighted by sharp creases and an extended shoulder line. The rear-end design is as complicated as the front, with the lower part of the bumper forming appear to look like the appearance of an “inverted cut-out” as part of the high-set, chopped-off tail with the aim to minimize its visual bulk while enhancing the car’s elevated position. The car is available in six body colors, as and this exclusive Obsession Blue. Despite its slim profile, the car has a sleek design which also helps reduce drag to 0.28Cd There’s been a focus on practicality within the design according to what Mattei stated to us. “Roominess was the biggest issue for this car and it has the largest knee room at the rear of the Peugeot range, with just 188mm. It’s a worldwide car that meets the requirements for space that are derived from China. Chinese marketplace.” The inclusion of these requirements will be beneficial to European customers, too. When inside the car at the time of the 408’s debut we found plenty of room. Despite the roof’s slim profile, Peugeot promises plenty of headroom, with two relief areas on the roof that extend to the rear that will make space. Storage space for luggage in terms of luggage space, the ICE version comes with 536 litres of room with seating in the rear. It is increased to 1,611 liters after the backrests fold down. the PHEV models provide 471 litres with the rear seats elevated since the battery is consuming the space.
Interior & Exterior
The dash’s design is identical to The 308’s hatchback. The 408 is a Peugeot improvement to its cockpit’s interior layout, featuring the centrally mounted 10-inch iConnect advanced infotainment system that includes the most recent i-Toggles that have sensors that are lower in the cabin. Alongside this brand new infotainment layout that has the ability to update over-the-air and Peugeot’s own voice recognition technology, it comes with a range of contemporary features, including 10 speakers, stereo speakers, LED headlights, with matrix, and the ability to connect two smartphones with the latest connectivity options, as well as four USB ports, as well as wireless charging. A tailgate that is powered and features heated seats, as well as sensors that are activated by the foot of the user, is also available, as well as Peugeot’s most current semi-autonomous driver technology.
The Driver Assist 2.0 package comes with semi-automatic lane switching and adaptive cruise control, which includes a tracker and lane-keeping assist are also included. It also comes with night vision, as well as long-range cross-traffic warnings as well as blind-spot monitoring available as well. Peugeot has designed more robust, laminated windows that can be purchased in the form of an option that can enhance efficiency.
2023 Peugeot 408 Release Date & Price
The 408 will be available with Allure and GT models. Pricing isn’t established, but the new car could start around PS30,000 when it goes on sale in the year’s end.