Combined a 180 hp/132 kW PureTech engine with a 110 hp/80 kW electric engine, for a combined maximum power of 225 hp/165 kW, in 2-wheel drive form.
The HYBRID engine deployed on the all-new Peugeot 508 and 508 SW was designed to offer even more sensations. It optimises its TCO with the best level of efficiency, with CO2 emissions under 49 g of CO2 per WLTP kilometre(1).
The battery has a capacity of 11.8 kWh and ensures 100% electric driving over 25 miles WLTP (1).
The traction chain was integrated without compromise. The spaciousness was preserved and the boot volumes remained identical to those of the combustion engine versions (487L for all-new Peugeot 508 and 530L for all-new Peugeot 508 SW).
Features unprecedented power for a Peugeot production model and its character takes on a new dimension with the high-performance HYBRID4. This high-end offer features 4-wheel drive and provides the equivalent of 300 hp/220 kW.
It is the result of the combination of a PureTech engine providing 200 hp/147 kW and two electric engines (one in the front and one in the back), each providing 110 hp/80 kW.
The vehicle can go from 0 to 62 mph in 6.5 s*. The battery has a capacity of 13.2 kWh for 30 miles WLTP (1) of 100% electric driving.
The HYBRID4 engine is only available in the GT version with an exclusive full mistral black leather, accompanied by “Grey Oak” trim. New ADAS taken from the all-new Peugeot 508 are also made available: adaptive cruise control with a Stop & Go function and lane positioning assist.
A few months after its launch, the HYBRID4 will be joined in its range by the HYBRID version with 225 hp (165 kW) combining a 180 hp/132 kW PureTech engine with a 110 hp/80 kW electric engine, in traction.
ALL-NEW PEUGEOT 508 and 508 SW HYBRID :
PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4 :
PEUGEOT OF CAMBRIDGE
PEUGEOT OF PETERBOROUGH
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The values given are in accordance with the WLTP procedure. As of 1 September 2018, new vehicles are being received on the basis of the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP), which is a new, more realistic test procedure for measuring fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and the range of plug-in hybrid vehicles. This WLTP procedure is carried out with more realistic test conditions and completely replaces the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC), which was the test procedure used previously. The measured range for rechargeable hybrid vehicles using the WLTP procedure is in many cases lower than that measured using the NEDC procedure. The range values shown correspond to the average values of the vehicles in the range. All values shown may vary depending on specific equipment, options and types of tyres.