The 2016 Peugeot 3008 won the “Car of The Year” award in Europe. It was that kind of a mix between comfort, room, exterior dimensions, and fuel-efficiency that brought it to the light. On top of that, a futuristic (for that era) instrument cluster and a low driving position made it a great choice, even if the underpinnings were based on the Peugeot 308 model.
In 2020, the cross-over was refreshed with a new design for the front grille, and a more powerful look for its headlights. A specific element was the light strip that went down from the LED headlights to the apron. It mimicked a fang of a lion, the French' brand logo. The bumper was reshaped and it gained two side-scoops, in front of the wheels. The sculptured front fenders were modified as well. In the back, the taillights were changed to a full LED lamps system, including the reversing lights.
Inside, the 3008 stunned the world with its i-Cockpit instrument cluster back in 2016, when it was launched. It was enhanced with a new graphic and new options for the 2020 model year. The infotainment unit featured a 10” high-definition display, placed on top of the center stack. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in some countries, the 3008 was available for completely online purchase and delivery.
The 3008 was available with a choice of gasoline, diesel, and hybrid systems. The hybrid version was the only one that offered an all-wheel-drive system.