Peugeot has officially pulled the wraps off the new 108 generation at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, where the model in question has been presented in a world premiere.
Sharing the same space with its brothers, the new Citroen C1 and the recently unveiled Toyota Aygo, the new generation of the Peugeot 108 has been officially presented to the public at the Swiss automotive event. The model in question weighs just 840 kg (1,851 lbs) and it will be offered in three body styles, three-door, five-door and TOP!, which will get a retractable fabric roof, standing at 76 cm long and 80 cm wide.
The 2015 Peugeot 108 stands at 3,47 meters long and 1,62 meters wide and it’s coming with 14- or 15-inch alloy wheels, 247 mm ventilated discs in the front and 200 mm drums in the rear, indirect under inflation system, hill start assist system and more. The cabin of the car has received automatic air-con, 7-inch touch screen display, electric power steering, six airbags, height adjustable driver’s seat, ABS, ESP, EBD, Emergency Collision Braking System and others.
Power to the brand new Peugeot 108 is being provided by a 1.0 liter e-VTi three-cylinder engine, which is producing a total output of 68 HP and by a 1.2 liter PureTech VTi, rated at 82 HP. The company is offering both engines with a 5-speed manual transmission. The new Peugeot 108 will go on sale soon but no pricing details have been announced yet.