Debuting of the all-new Peugeot E-3008 with a range of up to 435 miles and a 21-inch wide screen

It is the first electric car in the Stellantis range based on the new STLA Medium platform.

Official images of Peugeot E-3008 2024

The French carmaker has officially unveiled the third generation Peugeot 3008 seven years after the previous version made its debut in Europe, marking a new chapter for the best-selling brand in terms of electrification and interior technology.

Shown in all-electric guise first, and known as the E-3008 (with mild-hybrid powertrains to follow), the all-new C-Class crossover is the first-ever series production model based on the STLA Medium platform developed by Stellantis. , the group that owns Peugeot, will be offered in two trim levels – Allure and GT – with three option packages and three electric powertrain options.

Three zero-emission powertrain options

The first Motivation variant consists of a 400-volt nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) battery pack with 73 kWh (net) and a front-mounted permanent synchronous electric motor that produces 210 hp (157 kW) and 253 lb-ft (343 Nm) of torque, while the estimated driving range is 326 miles (525 km) on a full charge.

Next up is a dual-motor version that uses the same 73 kWh battery and front motor as the previous version but adds a 111 hp (83 kW)/122 lb-ft (166 Nm) electric motor on the rear axle for a combined power output of 320 hp (240 kW). ). The estimated driving range for this version is also 326 miles (525 km), the same as the single-engine range, meaning the rear engine may benefit from a disconnect system in certain driving conditions.

Finally, there’s a long-range version with a larger 98 kWh (net) battery and a front-mounted electric motor that generates 230 hp (170 kW) and 253 lb-ft (343 Nm) of torque, allowing a maximum range of 435 miles (700 km) on a full charge. There is no dual motor option for this size of battery.

Several drive modes are available to the driver, including four-wheel drive on the dual-motor model, which distributes power to all four wheels when the road surface is slippery, but only at speeds up to 83 mph (135 km/h).

Cargo and vehicle loading (V2L)

Speaking of charging, the third generation 3008 EV has a charging port located in the left rear mudguard and allows users to replenish the battery either via alternating current or direct current. For AC charging, the standard on-board charger can accept up to 11 kW from a three-phase source, with an optional 22 kW three-phase unit available.

On the DC front, the new E-3008 can accept up to 160 kilowatts from a compatible stall, allowing a standard battery to be charged from 20 percent state of charge (SoC) to 80 percent in 30 minutes and in less than 30 minutes for the extended range variant.

STLA’s first mid-sized electric car also benefits from the Vehicle Loading (V2L) function that allows users to export power from the high-voltage battery via a plug for charging home appliances or other uses with a capacity of up to 3 kW and 16 A (A).

In addition, the compact crossover has the so-called V1G intelligent charging function that integrates the electric vehicle with the owner’s home power supply to automatically regulate charging time and power consumption according to time periods to reduce charging costs as much as possible.

Heat pump and regenerative braking

To make the most of the available battery capacity, the all-electric Peugeot 3008 comes standard with a heat pump instead of a conventional interior heating setup. It also offers three levels of regenerative braking that can be selected via steering wheel-mounted paddles: low, for an effect similar to that of a combustion engine car, moderate, and increased.

Peugeot says the latter two modes automatically turn on the rear brake lights, and the driver can use the left paddle to increase the level of regenerative braking, while the right paddle is for reducing regenerative braking. However, the French automaker did not mention anything about one-pedal driving.


Measuring 178 inches (454 cm) long, 74 inches (189 cm) wide and 64 inches (164 cm) tall, the all-electric crossover features the brand’s iconic three-claw light signature at the front and rear, with an enlarged logo on the closed grille and LEDs. A smaller front grille located between the hood and the frameless grille.

As standard, the E-3008 comes with LEDs that include the brand’s so-called Pixel LED lighting technology on all versions, which is a fancy way of saying it’s adaptable.

Six paint options are available at launch, with color-changing Obsession Blue being the highlight of the range, changing from blue to green depending on light and viewing angle. Other colors are Ingaro Blue, Okenite White, Pearl Black, Artense Gray and Titanium Grey.

Inside, the main talking point of the new Peugeot E-3008 is the massive 21-inch curved i-Cockpit display located atop the dashboard that serves as the digital instrument cluster and infotainment screen.

However, not all versions of this single slate take advantage of screen real estate, with the Allure model offering a slightly different setup consisting of two 10-inch displays combined into a single bracket.

Below the center screen, on what might be referred to as a traditional car’s center console, there are so-called i-Toggles, which are fully customizable virtual and touch-sensitive buttons.

Seat heating is standard on all trim levels, with the front seats receiving an AGR (Aktion fur Gesunder Rucken) rating from the German Association of Physicians and Therapists, which conducts back pain research and prevention. Optionally, the front seats can also be equipped with ventilation, a massage function and inflatable or deflatable side bolsters to adapt to the size of the occupant.


The Peugeot E-3008’s boot volume is 470 liters in the all-wheel drive version and 520 liters in the front-wheel drive version, and there are a total of 17 different storage compartments spread throughout the interior which add up to 34 litres.

Production and market launch

The third generation of the compact crossover will be manufactured at the Stellantis plant in Sochaux, France, where the dough kits are also assembled, and deliveries in Europe and other markets are scheduled to begin by the end of the year.

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