PEUGEOT has confirmed prices and specifications for the new 3008 and 5008 SUVs both of which are scheduled to arrive in showrooms early next year.
The new 3008 will be priced from £27,160 while the latest seven-seat 5008 SUV will cost from £29,585.
The 2021 3008 boasts an enhanced specification, a refreshed trim structure, a choice of advanced powertrains and with a new Black Pack.
On the outside, there's a frameless front grille and gloss black air intakes, while the headlights, daytime running lights and indicators all use advanced LED technology across the range.
Inside, the latest model features Peugeot's next generation i-Cockpit technology with a 12.3-inch digital head-up instrument panel, a compact steering wheel for improved driving dynamics and a ten-inch high definition capacitive colour touchscreen on all versions.
There's a revised trim structure for the new range with the existing Active, Allure and GT trims each complemented by an intermediate Premium model.
A number of advanced technologies are available depending on trim level including an innovative night vision facility which allows drivers to view pedestrians and animals on the 12.3-inch digital instrument panel up to 200m beyond the scope of the headlights.
There's a choice of 1.2 and 1.6 litre petrol engines, a 1.5 litre diesel and two advanced plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV) options which are capable of driving up to 40 miles in zero emissions EV mode.
Buyers can choose between a six-speed manual gearbox or an eight-speed auto which now comes with a drive mode selector that allows the driver to choose between Normal, Sport and Eco modes.
Meanwhile, the front end of the latest 5008 receives the new frameless grille, while gloss black side scoops and a painted tread plate are integrated into a new bumper design. Top of the range GT and GT Premium models feature their own unique grilles and full LED headlights with a new ‘Fog Mode' function.
At the rear, new upgraded LED taillights with sequential indicators feature a clear, smoked glass finish.
As with new 3008 SUV, new 5008 SUV features Peugeot's next generation digital i-Cockpit.
It also shares the new trim levels with Premium variants added to the mix of Active, Allure and GT versions. Although there are no hybrid power units, the choice of petrol and diesel engines and transmissions is broadly the same as the 3008 with the addition of a two-litre diesel.