Peugeot 308 - Third quarter
More than seven years after the current model landed, Peugeot will replace the 308 with the striking third-generation version in the third quarter of 2022. It adopts Peugeot’s latest design language and debuts the brand’s new ‘lion’ badge.
Based on an updated version of PSA’s EMP2 platform, the new 308 is 110mm longer but the height has been reduced by 20mm for a lower, sleeker look.
Peugeot was forced to offer the new 308 in some global markets without the promised digital instrument cluster because of the ongoing semiconductor shortage. But the carmaker’s Australian importer says it will definitely come to market with the digital display.
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