Peugeot has announced plans to show the facelifted 5008 at next month's IAA in Frankfurt, Germany.
Aside from bringing to Frankfurt Motor Show the new 308, a 308 R concept and the 208 Hybrid Fe concept, Peugeot will also introduce the 5008 facelift which will feature the company's latest front fascia design with a floating grille between the two headlights, chrome detailing on the sides and new choices of alloys in sizes ranging from 16 to 18 inches, including 17-inch diamond Anthra Grey. The back of the car has remained virtually the same with those taillights which send out a C6 vibe.
The mildly refreshed interior can be optionally configured with two seven-inch color screens installed in the head restraints and come bundled with two Bluetooth headphones and a connection console providing support for various audio and video equipment. There's also a head-up display showing in color important info like speed, cruise control and other data in the center of the driver's field of vision.
Engine lineup consists of four gasoline and four diesels available with manual, automatic or ETG transmissions. Gasoline engines range from a 1.6-liter VTi with 120 bhp (89 kW) to a 1.6-liter THP delivering 163 bhp (121 kW), while diesels kick off at 115 bhp (85 kW) from the 1.6-liter e-HDi FAP and top out at 163 bhp (121 kW) from a 2.0-liter HDi FAP.
Further details are attainable from the attached press release.