Pictures of the updated Peugeot 3008 have leaked online, previewing what the facelifted family car will look like when it arrives in showrooms next year.
The changes, including new LED lights at the front and a larger infotainment screen inside, will also be applied to the recently launched plug-in hybrid model – with prices for the electrified SUV starting from around £37,000.
The images, posted on a French Peugeot fan forum, appear to show the revised car in full. It appears the car will adopt a similar look to its smaller Peugeot 2008 (and e-2008) sibling, with a revised lighting signature and fang-style LED daytime running lights. The wider grille now merges with the headlights, with a pair of thinner air intakes set low in the front bumper.
There are fewer changes at the rear, where the car looks to adopt little more than a set of mildly tweaked light clusters. There are new, more aero-efficient wheels, but that’s where the external updates end.
It’s not clear whether Peugeot will offer additional paint, trim or upholstery options, but it looks as if top-spec models will get a larger central infotainment display. These pictures don’t suggest the new 3008 will adopt the 208 and 2008’s 3D digital instrument cluster, but official information may contradict that when the car is revealed at a later date.