If you’re still unsure about those leaked images showing the upcoming, second generation Peugeot 3008’s interior that surfaced on the web this week, a new set of scoop photos from China leaves no doubt about their authenticity.
Peugeot’s new 3008 compact crossover will get a completely new, and very contemporary, dashboard that seems to mirror the one of the Peugeot Quartz Concept presented two years ago, in Paris.
The images posted on WorldScoopforum reveal a free-floating display for the infotainment system, sitting right next to the digital instrument panel, squared-off steering wheel and fighter jet-like toggle switches that sit under the center air vents. Other features noticeable include electronic parking brake and a joystick gear selector.
Peugeot’s 2017 3008 will be underpinned by PSA’s EMP2 platform used on the 308 and Citroen C4 Picasso. The 308 compact hatch will lend most of its 3- and 4-cylinder turbocharged powertrains and, just like most modern crossovers, it will be offered with FWD. However, the automaker will probably add an AWD plug-in hybrid, later on. An exact reveal date hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s highly likely that it will debut in Paris this fall.