The new second generation Peugeot 308; some say it’s elegant, while some think it’s boring. I do see it resembling the Citroen C4. I thought if they do the 3-door variant they could either give it a whole new sheet metal, or if cost-constrained, re-angle the C-pillar like my renderings.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These sketches are from my friend Geoffrey Garitey of France. This guy is obviously talented. I can see Peugeot building a 1008 to the sketches’ styling.
This is not an all-new Hoggar. Rather, this is a facelift of the Hoggar with the front fascia of Peugeot 208. What do you think?
We’ve seen three badge-engineering collaboration betweem Mitsubishi, Peugeot and Citroen: Outlander, 4007, C-Crosser; i-MiEV, iOn and C-Zero; ASX, 4008 and C4 Aircross. So how about a reverse agreement, Peugeot PSA lending its 301 and C-Elysee sedan for Mitsubishi for an entry-level sedan specifically for East Europe and other developing nation? Though there’ll be a sedan [...]
There were coupe variants of Peugeot 406 (sexy) and 407 (dumpy). And since the 508 replaced the 407 range, Peugeot left the mid-size coupe segment. So why not make a coupe out of the 408 range?
This was featured as pickuptruck.com’s April Fool’s prank a month ago. “Many of us aren’t happy about this change. They may as well badge the beast as the Silveradeaux,” one long-time engineer was overheard saying, but also requested not to be named. Funny.
Above is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 41. The task is to use the new three or five door 208 to create a competing car or a different model – like the saloon, estate or CC.
If Peugeot decides to revive the mini GTi, will it look like these?
Like most hatchback-based sedan, thanks to the rear design, the 207 has been the butt of jokes for many. No pun intended. This is my idea of how they could facelift buttlift it. Do you think it’s better?