Peugeot 408 PHEV orders now open

Peugeot 408 – Peugeot is adding to their growing models range with the beautifully designed 408 PHEV.

The new PEUGEOT 408 will launch in Australia. The 408 offers a blend of coupe, fastback, and SUV styling, that transcends boundaries of design.

The Peugeot range features some elegant and simply stunning designs with the 508 Fastback and sportswagon, 308 hatch and wagon, and of course the SUV’s.

The PEUGEOT 408 plug-in hybrid variant will offer drivers a total of 165kW of power resulting from a 132kW PureTech engine combined with an 81kW electric motor.

The new PEUGEOT 408 will launch in Australia.

In addition, 408 provides the latest generation of the PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®, instantly recognisable by its compact steering wheel dedicated to driving pleasure and controlled agility.

There is no word yet on pricing or final arrival dates, but potential buyers are encouraged to register your interest now at the Peugeot website. Note that the 408 will come in one highly specified PHEV model only.

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The new PEUGEOT 408 will launch in Australia.

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Standing out with a dynamic fastback silhouette and its unmistakable style, the all-new 408 is anticipated to arrive in Australia in late 2023.

This new age 408 offers a feline stance and unique allure, engineering excellence focused on efficiency, as well as cutting-edge technologies dedicated to driving pleasure and instinctive use.

PEUGEOT Australia is pleased to announce that expressions of interest are now being taken for the all-new 408 at https://www.peugeot.com.au/models/408.html

Kate Gillis, Managing Director PEUGEOT Australia, commented: “It is with great excitement that we announce the impending arrival and opening of expressions of interest for the PEUGEOT 408.

“2023 is a momentous year for the brand locally as we continue to introduce electrified variants across Passenger, SUV and LCV segments. Aligning to our electrification journey, the dynamic PEUGEOT 408 will launch in a single powerful plug-in hybrid variant in Australia.

“We strongly believe the captivating design excellence of the new 408, combined with the intelligent plug-in hybrid powertrain, will attract discerning local customers.”

The 408 plug-in hybrid variant will offer drivers a total of 165kW of power resulting from a 132kW PureTech engine combined with an 81kW electric motor.

In addition, 408 provides the latest generation of the i-Cockpit®, instantly recognisable by its compact steering wheel dedicated to driving pleasure and controlled agility.

Further details regarding Australian specification and pricing will be announced closer to the launch. Interested customers are encouraged to register their interest with their local PEUGEOT retailer or at: https://www.peugeot.com.au/models/408.html

The new PEUGEOT 408 will launch in Australia.

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