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Peugeot’s all-electric E-3008 SUV in Aussie showrooms from second half of 2024

8 Mar 2024

PEUGEOT has confirmed its E-3008 mid-sized and all-electric SUV range is headed to Australia in the second half of this year.


The EV model, which will rival the likes of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Tesla Model Y, is yet to be specified or priced for the local market but will likely feature most of the equipment found in its European counterparts.


Joining other Peugeot electric models – including the E-2008 and E-Partner – the E-3008 is offered with a choice of three powertrains in its home market. These include single axle - and all-wheel drive variants fitted with a 73kWh battery pack, and delivering outputs of 157kW and 240kW respectively, and a long range 98kWh model with a single 170kW motor.


Driving range maximums are listed at up to 700km on the WLTP cycle.


Peugeot says all three E-3008 models may be charged at a rate of up to 160kW when connected to a DC fast charger or at 11kW via an AC wall plug.


The model is the first Peugeot to ride on Stellantis’ new SLTA Medium platform and as such can deliver a more spacious cabin and cargo area than may seem apparent. Peugeot quotes a 520-litre cargo area with the rear seats in place, the same as the E-3008’s petrol-powered sibling.


Against the tape, the Peugeot E-3008 measures 4540mm in length, 1890mm in width, and 1640mm in height making it 100mm longer, 50mm wider and 20mm taller than the outgoing model. The mid-sized SUV rides on a 2730mm wheelbase, or 55mm longer than the current offering.


Debuted in September last year, the Peugeot E-3008 boasts safety technologies including AEB with cyclist and pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, front and rear parking sensors, lane following and lane keeping assist, traffic sign recognition, and 360-degree camera technology.


Features include Matrix LED headlights, LED tail-lights, a choice of 19- and 20-inch alloys, keyless entry and ignition, Peugeot’s i-Cockpit instrumentation array with 10.0- and 21.0-inch display screen options, a heated steering wheel, touch-sensitive steering wheel controls, cloth or synthetic leather upholstery options, and heated/ventilated and massaging front seats.


Infotainment highlights include native satellite navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, voice control and a 10-speaker Focal premium audio system.


Speaking earlier on the arrival of the E-3008 Down Under, Peugeot Australia managing director Kate Gills said, “On the back of launching Peugeot’s first all-electric vehicles in the Australian market – the e-Partner Van and the e-2008 SUV – we are pleased to confirm the next-level E-3008 will launch in Australia”.


“Combined with the local introduction of the E-208, e-Expert and 408 PHEV in 2024, there is no doubt that Peugeot’s future is electrifying.”


Pricing and specifications for Australian-bound Peugeot E-3008 variants will be announced closer to the model’s local launch.


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