Thursday, 8 August 2019

See Photos Of Peugeot 3008 Concept, Which AppearsTo Be An Adventurous SUV


Off-road adventurers and Peugeot are not two words you would expect in the same story, let alone the same sentence, but here we are. The French automaker has
recently developed a unique Peugeot 3008 concept that while not suitable for the Rubicon, is sure to have some fun off-road.

The concept is based on the GT-Line model of the 3008 with its 1.6-liter four-cylinder. Peugeot, however, has added some subtle things in the terrain. The 17-inch steel wheels are wrapped with Cooper AT3 off-road tires, while the under-body shield, like the front guard plate, gives the 3008 a degree of off-road capability.

Peugeot also has an LED strip on the front of the aluminum roof rack that allows you to drive on unpaved roads and paths. At the top is an ARB Simpson roof tent, while in the rear of the SUV a mobility bike rack is on the way when you reach your destination. No, it's not a massive upgrade, but proof that a few simple upgrades can help improve the performance of an SUV.


David Peel, Managing Director of Peugeot was impressed with the performance of the concept on difficult terrain. "This unique model is an example of the practicality and off-road capability of our best-selling SUV," he said.


In the big scheme of off-road concepts of an automaker, the Peugeot 3008 is unobtrusively restrained. Even the unique wrap is a little reserved compared to other off-road concepts. Do you remember the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato? It was anything but restrained, but that's Lamborghini for you. Off-road vehicles are currently hot and there is a good chance that Peugeot will beef up the 3008 and its sales with a similar off-road package.
Peugeot has been known for it's rigidity and durability,what a splendid concept. 

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