New Peugeot E-5008's Interior Opens Up for the Camera Ahead of Imminent Unveiling

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Peugeot has started building up the hype for the all-new E-5008. The mid-size crossover is essentially an enlarged version of the latest E-3008, with familiar styling on the outside, more room in the cabin, and an overall layout that’s identical to that of its compact sibling.
How do we know that? Because the lion brand has just released a teaser video on social media that reveals its interior. The clip is only a few seconds long and reveals what we already knew: an identical dashboard panel, the same widescreen displays that mix the infotainment and digital cluster behind a single pane of glass that measures 21 inches in diagonal, an identical steering wheel, a familiar center console, and so on.

There are minor differences between the new Peugeot E-5008's interior and that of its smaller sibling, and they mostly revolve around the door cards, from what we can see. Nonetheless, the biggest update in this case is the fact that the upcoming model will feature a three-row layout with seating for up to seven, whereas the latest E-3008 has seating for five. Moreover, with the third row folded flat, the larger high-rider will offer superior space in the cargo area.

Peugeot has used the same STLA Medium platform to come up with the 2024 E-5008. The versatile construction will also underpin the upcoming Jeep Compass, as well as the Opel/Vauxhall Grandland, a pair of DS models, and another one from Lancia. Chances are it will offer a range similar to that of the E-3008, which can do up to 435 miles (700 km) on a full charge in its most frugal configuration.

Mind you, besides the E-5008, with the prefix standing for electric to evoke its all-quiet nature, Peugeot is also expected to launch a few versions with internal combustion power. Details surrounding the exact mills that might be used here are yet unknown. What we can tell you is that all of them should be partially electrified, either using the mild-hybrid tech or the plug-in hybrid one. Thus, this model will be very flexible and an interesting proposal for Europe's mid-size, high-riding, mid-size class.

Speaking of which, the space between the axles and overall footprint will put it against the likes of the Tesla Model Y, so it should be very good if it wants to steal some sales from this ultra-popular electric crossover. We won't have to wait that long to find out all about it, as the French automaker, which is part of Stellantis, will drop the veils shortly. According to Peugeot, the all-new E-5008 will be revealed in March, albeit not at the 2024 Geneva Motor Show, as only a handful of automakers are attending it, and Peugeot isn't on the list.

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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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