A first rendering with a new body style version of the new Peugeot 308 generation has recently hit the web and it might provide us with a first look into a future body style of the model.
Peugeot is already offering two body styles of the new 308 generation, the regular five-door hatchback and the estate, but as we all know, the French based automaker likes to experiment with its models and most of the times, these weird looking ones end up on sale in emerging markets across Asia, and not only. This model actually looks pretty decent but don’t worry, because if it will eventually hit the production line, chances are it will look like the 206 Sedan.
To refresh your minds, the new Peugeot 308 generation, in hatchback form, has been officially unveiled back in 2013 and the model in question is getting a 1.2 liter VTi engine under its hood, in the entry-level version, which is producing a total output of 82 HP (60 kW). This variant costs 17,800 euros, but for the cheapest diesel you will have to pay 21,250 euros. The 1.6 liter HDi has 92 HP, while the 1.6L THP is getting 125 HP (92 kW) and it costs 22,150 euros. The top of the line Feline version can be yours from 27,500 euros.
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by Cristian Gnaticov
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