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Peugeot Hoggar Facelift

French carmaker Peugeot officially unveiled their small pickup model for he South American market back in 2010. The Hoggar was developed based on the platform of the 207 supermini but also borrowed its architecture from the Partner van.
Peugeot Hoggar 1 photo
Its best feature besides the car-like looks is the load volume of 1151 litres and a payload of up to 742 kg, which makes this vehicle a leader in the market segment.

But now, Peugeot has replaced the 207 with the smaller and better looking 208. The same design language used by the new supermini is also used by other Peugeot models, like the 508 sedan, and existing cars are being facelifted out of their grinning grilles.

The Hoggar could also be in for a makeover, automotive graphics manipulator Theophilus Chin has given us a glimpse into what this could potentially look like. He’s added the smaller grille of the 208, as well as the headlights, bumper and even the bonnet.

 
 
 
 
 

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