Peugeot will unveil at the Geneva Motor Show in March, a revised version of the current 308. The new facelift operation designed for the Peugeot 308 will be available in all the body versions at the European motor show which debuts in March.
The 5 by Peugeot concept inspires the facelifted 308 mainly in the front part, where the model French receives daytime running LED lights, a feature which begans to be a must for the new-released models. Revised optical blocks are available too alongside a new front bumper and grille.
That’s pretty much what we can say about the aesthetic improvements as almost all the touches are made in the front part, the rear being barely modified. Under the bonnet we will find a new 1.6-liter HDi unit fitted with a Start/Stop system and also other features such as the special tires, all able to provide more eco-friendly figures. The unit is able to develop 110 horsepower and issues just 98 g/km CO2.