The facelifted Peugeot 2008 crossover has been revealed at the Geneva motor show. It features styling updates inside and out and the option of a new automatic transmission as part of its mid-life refresh.
Styling upgrades include a new front grille, extended wheel arches and scuff plates at the front and rear, all designed to give the 2008 a more muscular appearance. The car’s front and rear LED lights have also been upgraded.
Inside, available storage space has grown from a maximum of 1194 litres to 1400 litres, with new split folding rear seats providing more rear space. An additional 22 litres of space can also be found under the boot lid.
The range also gets a new trim level, GT Line, which joins the existing Access, Active and Allure levels. This top-end version receives 17in alloy wheels, glossy black exterior trim elements and GT Line badging.
The cabin of the facelifted 2008 is much the same as before, and features the same Grip Control traction system, which allows drivers to select from various off-road driving modes. The 7in touchscreen infotainment system receives Apple Carplay and MirrorLink functionality, allowing drivers to connect and use their mobile phones on the move.