The new Peugeot e-2008 is already priced in Spain, and it’s higher than expected.

Price of the new Peugeot e-2008 in Spain for all available versions revealed

After Stellantis announced last month that the Peugeot e-2008 was being revamped, now with a new design and increased range, the brand has also surprised by raising the price of the electric car. This update is more complete than last year’s, which did not have major updates such as increased autonomy, something quite common and expected in the renewal of electric models.

Specifically, the brand has revealed the price of the four variants of the Peugeot e-2008 currently on offer in Spain: Allure, GT, Active and First Edition. In the case of the ‘First Edition’, as is usually the case, is the one with the highest price, starting at 44,930 euros, down a little is the ‘GT’ from 42,940 euros, giving way to the ‘Allure’ from 40,740 euros and, finally, complete the range with the most affordable version, the ‘Active’, which now has a starting price of 39,590 euros.

The Peugeot e-2008 was one of the first vehicles in its segment to electrify, taking place in 2019, and has sold more than 75,000 units so far. While it is hard to understand why Peugeot is now considering launching a hybrid version of the model next year, the reason is expected to be the elimination of the combustion variant with which the 100% electric version currently coexists.

As for changes to the model for this year, its range has been increased to 406 km under the WLTP cycle (previously 345 km) and its engine is now 115 kW (156 bhp), up from 100 kW previously. The new powertrain has already been renewed on the Peugeot e-208 and e-308 electric models.

In addition, Peugeot has given the model a new facelift, which now shares the new front end with the three light clutches on the sides, a new look it already shares with the new Peugeot 508 and 508 SW. Inside, a new, larger 10″ (previously 7″) infotainment screen is now fitted.

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