Using both the Fiat Toro and Peugeot 3008, I imagine how a Peugeot compact pickup truck specifically for the South America market might look.
I remember reading somewhere that Peugeot and Citroen inked a partnership with Toyota to produce the pickup trucks with the French badges. I rendered this by pairing the Peugeot Traveller’s front onto the body of Toyota Hilux. What do you think?
Another sedan with two rear doors removed. My hasty rendering of Peugeot 308 Coupe.
Giving the Peugeot 301 a mid-life update.
Got to know from carsuk.net that Peugeot is planning to launch a four-door coupe based on the 308, and probably called the Peugeot 408 GT. And this is my failed attempt. It doesn’t looks like a four-door coupe at all. Disappointing.
I think Peugeot should return to cloth top for its compact open top. The previous convertible hard top just isn’t reliable, practical or aesthetically pleasing.
Been extremely busy at work. I barely have the time and energy to do anything else. I could only muster out this profile rendering. Pardon me folks. By the way should this be 308 Sedan or be called 408?
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?