The current-gen Peugeot 3008 hails back from 2016, when the world was an entirely different place, and Peugeot's I-Cockpit thing was in its early years. A facelift arrived in 2020, back when the world changed completely, but the 3008 did not, because it was among the most popular models in its class, so there was no need for radical measures.
Now, Peugeot is going to have to change the 3008 again, with a bigger interior, more space in the truck, and an entirely fresh powertrain lineup. The company is set to come with only gasoline engines in the range, which will be offered in mild and plug-in hybrid forms, depending on the selected variant.
A fully electric Peugeot 3008 is also in the books, and it is claimed to debut sometime in 2023. The latter will come after the combustion engined-models, as was the case with other models in the Peugeot and Citroën portfolios.
Since Peugeot sells many units of the 3008 each year, it is a crucial model for the success of the brand, so expect the French to bring their A-game on this one.
The prototypes that will feature the production body should be seen in just a couple of months, with a reveal of the production version set to happen in a year from now, if the insider information about this model is entirely correct and nothing else happens down the road.