The French based automaker Peugeot has released a new video with the 2014 308, in which the model is being explained by the company’s brand CEO, Maxime Picat.
After it was officially unveiled just a few months ago, and announced for the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, where it will make its public debut next week, the new generation of the Peugeot 308 is now entering our news once again, this time with the help of a new video, which is showing part of its production process, with Maxime Picat, the Peugeot Brand CEO, talking about it.
The new generation of the Peugeot 308 is riding on the EMP2 platform, engineered by PSA, which will also be used on future C- and D-segment vehicles coming from PSA. The model in question is getting improved CO2 emissions which can be as low as 85 g/km on the most economical versions. The Peugeot 308’s new generation is 4.25 meters long and 1.46 meters tall, being shorter and lower than the outgoing version. The cabin of the model is roomier and the trunk has a capacity of 470 liters. The new Peugeot 308 will is being assembled in Sochaux, France.