Peugeot has revealed the date for the premiere of the updated 508 model, which will take place on February 24.
The French automaker revealed the history in a short video, which also doubles as a mini-trailer. Unfortunately, it’s really small, aside from the premiere date, we don’t learn anything significant from the 15-second website.
The video titled “Straight from the race to the road” offers a look at the mechanics of the Peugeot Sport division and the racetrack. In flash excerpts, details of the top-of-the-range 508 PSE are shown, of course in modern form.
We can see dark wheels, green and yellow brake calipers with the inscription Peugeot Sport Engineered, side wings and a modified front visor with redesigned inserts and a new brand logo. Peugeot will certainly unveil the facelifted 508 in PSE version as well.
First revealed as a liftback in February 2018, photos and videos circulating online of camouflaged prototypes of the facelifted car indicate that the 508 will get new front and rear lights, a different front bumper and a different grille design. And of course, the aforementioned new logo should not be missing. Inside, we can expect a new version of the multimedia system.
We don’t know yet what the update will do to the technology. The current Peugeot 508 is available in the Czech Republic in either a BlueHDi 130 version with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder diesel engine rated at 96 kW and an 8-speed automatic transmission, or in plug-in hybrid form. Named Hybrid 225 e-AT8. It combines six turbocharged petrol cylinders and an electric motor, with a maximum system output of 165 kW. The same engines can also be found on the station wagon. The sporty, plug-in hybrid PSE is a bit of a downer in the Czech Republic.
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