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?
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.