2019 Peugeot 508 Redesign, Specs, Interior, Release Date
The new French sedan 2019 Peugeot 508 will be present at Geneva International Motor Show 2018 with a more sporty design, a more technological cockpit and a pretty good mechanics.
At the Swiss festival we’ll see the presentation of the 2019 Peugeot 508, a second generation completely revised to go against the needs of an increasingly demanding European public and with clear tastes. The French Berlin par excellence abandons, in fact, the silhouette from sedan to four doors to marry a design from sedan-coupe with five doors ie with the trunk that for the first time introduces the opening of the entire tailgate of the boot.
2019 Peugeot 508 Redesign
But the Redesign do not end here because the new 2019 Peugeot 508 has eliminated the classic design made of soft and elegant lines to marry a silhouette more aggressive, slender and youthful. A sporty and dynamic style that saw the total length decrease of 8 cm (measure 4.75 meters), the height decrease of 6 cm (now is 1.40 meters high), the doors deprive themselves of the frames of the crystals, the front and rear headlights boast of the Led technology and a D Esign more captivating, the unprecedented Led front daytime running lights gracefully with the opalescent finish and the front mask as the rear fascia give the car a greater presence on the road.
2019 Peugeot 508 Interior
Assembled in the French factory of Mulhouse, the new sedan-coupe of the Alps has also been refreshed in the interiors. The cockpit introduces the now well-known Peugeot I-cockpit but behind the steering wheel of reduced diameter appears a 12.3-inch instrumentation display that supports the capacitive infotainment available in 8 and 10-inch sizes with very little Physical keys.
2019 Peugeot 508 Specs
On the other hand, the 2019 Peugeot 508 flaunts the EMP2 modular platform, which has allowed it not only to guarantee greater torsional rigidity but also to mark the scale well 70 kg less than the first generation. On this platform will thrusters as much gasoline as diesel all conform to the latest Euro 6c regulations and combined with the automatic transmission EAT8 (8-ratio torque converter). On the front of the petrol starts from 1.6 Puretech from 180 hp to end with 2.0 Puretech from 225 hp while on the front of the diesel is starting from 1.5 BlueHDi from 130 hp to end with 2.0 BlueHDi from 160 and 180 hp. From 2019, finally, there should also be a plug-in hybrid version similar to the one already seen on DS7 Crossback.