2020 Peugeot 508; Redesign, Engine Specs, iCockpit Feature
Confirmed the debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2018 of the 2020 Peugeot 508. The House of the lion presents a totally revolutionized sedan presenting a coupe 5 doors of type fastback
Is confirmed, the 2020 Peugeot 508 debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2018. We should, therefore, see the second generation of the French segment D sedan in the Swiss land. The new flagship of the House of the Lion abandons the classic three-volume silhouette in favor of a configuration from Sedan Coupe 5 Doors of type fastback. A more daring and aggressive design, but at the same time elegant and modern.
2020 Peugeot 508 Redesign & Dimension
Fluid and aerodynamic lines, the car is just 1.40 m low, and it reveals perfectly balanced proportions. Even the pavilion’s rank is lower, characteristic of premium vehicles. The 2020 Peugeot 508 has compact shapes with a length of 4.75 m. The large glass surfaces make the line even sharper with the peculiarity of the doors with glasses without a frame. The front panel features a thin grille with a chequered working inside which the Full LED headlamps inspired directly by the brand’s latest concept car are inserted: Peugeot Instinct.
The bonnet is also more collected and has been significantly lowered to offer greater compactness and greater aerodynamics. The latter is characterized by a glossy black horizontal band surrounded by optical groups. Full three-dimensional Led rear headlights derived from the latest Peugeot concept car. Finally, the tailgate that combines style and functionality that allows optimum access to the boot with a load capacity of 487 liters, 1,537 liters with the rear seats reclined.
The new Peugeot 508 presents a daring and innovative design taking on a series of stylistic choices already anticipated with the latest concept car of the French brand as Peugeot Exalt or Peugeot Instinct, an example on all is the I-Cockpit of the new 508 taken in Loan right from the concept car Exalt.
On the engines, there will be only the embarrassment of choice, between turbo gasoline and diesel BlueHDi, even with automatic transmission to eight EAT8 ratios. It fears also a plug-in hybrid version, but to discover all the engines we will have to wait for the opening of the doors of the Geneva Motor Show 2018, is missing just now…